Missing Letters Cut and Paste Activity for Preschool

Last week, the missing numbers cut and paste worksheet I created was a huge hit with Little Bear. I decided to repeat the idea, but use letters instead. This cut and paste page has much smaller squares (which was part of the reason Little Bear liked it so much), but Little Bear still enjoyed it.… Continue reading Missing Letters Cut and Paste Activity for Preschool

Memorize Bible Verses, Sight Words, Colors, and More

Several months ago I was looking for a way for Little Bear to memorize the Articles of Faith and I came across an amazing scripture memory system. The system is from Simply Charlotte Mason. Check out her scripture memory system post with complete instructions, a video, and even some printable divider cards with tabs. Basically,… Continue reading Memorize Bible Verses, Sight Words, Colors, and More

When to Teach What: A guide for colors, shapes, letters, and more…

A few weeks ago, a reader asked us to do a post about when to teach certain things. Let me start by saying that I could have made this post a LOT longer than it is. I tried to keep it short and sweet and stick to the things that parents most often have questions… Continue reading When to Teach What: A guide for colors, shapes, letters, and more…

Learn How to Write Letters with Sensory Activities

Preschoolers can learn how to write letters in many different ways, but my favorite way to teach letter formation is through sensory experiences. To do this, you will need several different materials. First, you will need a letter formation prompt sheet. You can use the one designed by me or you can find another one… Continue reading Learn How to Write Letters with Sensory Activities

Puffy Paint Letter Cards: Montessori Sandpaper Letters Alternative

It seems like there is a huge Montessori movement right now and honestly, it’s for a good reason. Plenty of Montessori materials and ideas are extremely helpful for young children. A very popular material is a set of sandpaper Montessori letters. Sandpaper letters are great because they give a tactile experience to learning the letters.… Continue reading Puffy Paint Letter Cards: Montessori Sandpaper Letters Alternative

Christmas Tree Activity for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Decorating a Christmas tree is always one of my favorite things to do during December. We had so much fun decorating our tree, I wanted to extend the activity a little bit by creating a Christmas tree activity for each of my boys. I created this Christmas tree letter match so Little Bear could “decorate”… Continue reading Christmas Tree Activity for Toddlers and Preschoolers