My students need hands-on fun activities to reinforce their alphabet, color, shape, and number knowledge.
Learning should be fun for preschoolers. I want my students to experience activities that are meaningful and enjoyable.
My students are three to five years old.
We are a developmental preschool classroom. Approximately half of the students have some type of special need and IEP. The other students in class serve as peer role models. We are lucky to be part of a wonderful PK-8 school in Arizona.
I am asking for a hands-on learning activity to reinforce the basic learning skills that we, as a class, work on every day. The beanbag learning center will allow my students to play a game that has bags with colors, numbers, shapes, and letters on them. Students will use these items for fun and the learning will begin!
My preschoolers love coming to class.
This is something that I want to continue. I want my student to participate in fun learning activities that also impart kindergarten readiness skills.
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