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Your kiddos will love to learn the letters in their name with this fun Bunny Hop Name Game.
All you will need is:
1.) Place one letter of your child's name in each egg. You can hand write each letter out or use (letter beads, magnetic letters, or water bottle caps just write a letter on top)
2.) Place a bunny in at least 3 eggs. When they open an egg with the bunny in it have them hop around like a bunny.
3.) Write your child's name on a sheet of paper. As they open the eggs they identify the letter in the egg and place that letter on their name mat.
You can down load my free editable template below.
More Learning Fun
This year my little's have needed a lot of fine motor activities to build those much needed skills.
cloths pin activity are always fun way for then to use their little fingers during play activities. We will be adding these little zoo friends to the block building center with a basket of cloths pins. When children are play with our new zoo friends they will need to add their legs if they want them to stand and play along.
If you would like to add these cute little friends to your classroom just click on the file below.
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We will be celebrating Groundhog Day the first week of February. Here are some of the activities that we will be planning.
Group Time Activities
Daily Questions are a way to build early language and literacy skills. Children benefit from a curriculum that helps build on their prior experiences. Daily questions help children recall information in a simple yes no question.
Children will be talking about what happens in winter and spring. After the discussion children will sort picture cards into winter or spring.
Small Group Activities
Shadow tracing. Children will learn how as the sun moves so does our shadow.
*Note: This activity can be done indoors by using a desk light and simply move the light around to show how the shadow changes.
Our little one will be learning about opposites with this fun opposite matching game.
Making patterns with the groundhog and some of his friends.
Groundhog needs to find his shapes. Can you help the groundhog collect all of his shapes?
Which hoop has the most groundhogs?
Groundhog Theme Pack
I'm Tami Sanders creator of Learning and Teaching with Preschoolers, a blog to help teachers create magical moments for the young.
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