Do you feel stuck trying to figure out a balance between learning and fun for your preschooler? Keeping children this age entertained can be challenging. We want them to get out there and play, but we also want them to be prepared for what’s to come. I’ve created a fun and educational learning to write preschool printable bundle for you to use for FREE!
Yes, you read that right. It’s free and your preschool to kindergarten aged child is sure love being able to practice writing and coloring at the same time.
In this learning to write preschool printable bundle, you’ll get six different worksheets focusing on ABCs, 123s, colors, shapes, weather and foods!
The goal is for our kids to practice their writing and penmanship while starting to learn sight words. In the color, shape, weather and foods pages, I’ve included images along with the words to start associating the words with the pictures!
While your child is working on these printables, you can also focus on sounding out the words as they trace the letters. Show them how the word circle matches the circle shape, and over time, they’ll begin associating that letter combination with the shape itself!
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Tips for Teaching Our Kids at Home
Moms and dads out there that recently became homeschool teachers, you’re not alone. I’m right there with you! If you have toddlers or preschool/kindergarten aged kids then I can resonate even more. Teaching our children at home can be fun and not as hard as we make it out to be. We just need to right resources for our child’s learning style.
1. Engage with your kids.
Don’t just hand them a worksheet and expect them to do it. Explain how it should be done and why they’re doing it! Sitting down and talking it through with them helps them understand and find it more fun!
Don’t forget to find ways to learn that aren’t just worksheets or videos. Discover new things together, make science experiments, play a game and find ways to get them thinking!
2. Find activities that suit their learning style.
Kids don’t all learn the same. There are so many different types of learning styles. Find out what is best for your child. Visual, audio, verbal, logical hands on, etc. Finding learning activities within their learning style keeps them engaged for longer, and it makes them want to learn!
3. Make learning a game.
We have the opportunity to make learning fun right now! Let’s make learning a game by playing games. Find ways to make games around your house into ways to teach them!
Use matching games to work on matching words to images or upper case letters to lower case letters. Make up new rules to board games you already have at home. Find ways to incorporate adding and subtracting when going around the board. The ideas are endless! Or better yet, let them create a brand new game on their own!
4. Have fun with it!
The more fun you have teaching them, the more fun they’re going to have learning. Come up with a schedule and go for it!
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Don’t forget your FREE printables before you go!
You can get your FREE learning to write preschool printable bundle NOW! Just click the link below to have them delivered straight to your inbox!
Let’s make learning fun and engage with our kids! Appreciate the time we have now because it was given to us for a reason!
Don’t forget to pin this to your kid’s activity board or homeschooling board on Pinterest!