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Check out a few of our most popular pages! Are you looking for free printable booklets for use in your classroom or home school? You’ve come to the right place! We offer printable emergent readers for word families, sight words, and phonics skills. We have corresponding literacy materials for centers, small groups, or one on one as well! For our children to truly know God and make Him known, they must have opportunities to read and learn His Word. Are you desiring for your young children to hide God’s Word in their hearts in fun and engaging ways?
We hope to assist you with our free printable verse cards, songs, copywork, verse strips, and more! Preschoolers are energetic, curious, and in need of lots of interactions with loving adults. Are you searching for developmentally appropriate, hands on, literacy based learning activities that incorporate God’s Word? Check out our free Joyful Heart Learning Preschool curricula for ages 2-6!
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Take pictures of the children the first day of school. I attach the pictures to a fishing net with fish cut outs and hang up with the words “What a Great Catch! Developing thinking skills in young children can be fun for the parent, teacher, or caregiver as well as the child. Here are three things you can do today to develop thinking skills in your preschool child. Ask your child questions, play make believe games, and let them help with chores such as shopping and sorting clothes. Ask your child to help you make a list of the items you may need from the store, and ask your child to sort the like items on the list so the shopping trip will be quick and easy.
All Kinds of Weather – Draw a line to match the children to the weather. Students will draw a line to math each animal with the food it eats. All of these people are missing their shoes. Can you match each person with the correct pair of shoes? Healthy Foods – Preschool children will color the fruits and vegetables and mark an X on the foods that are not healthy.