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Preschool journals

Encourage creativity and literacy skills in your preschoolers with these fun and educational journal ideas. Discover how to make learning engaging and interactive for your little ones.
Preschool Journals, Homeschool Preschool Activities, Homeschool Learning, Preschool Lessons, Preschool Learning Activities, Art Activities For Kindergarten, Learning Activities For Toddlers, Letter Practice Preschool, Letter Recognition Activities Preschool

This post shares 5 simple, toddler and preschool-friendly ice cream-themed activities as well as 5 ice cream journal activity ideas great for preschoolers, and ice cream-themed book recommendations to go along with the play theme. These hands-on, play-based activities cover skills such as counting a

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Gaby Hernandez
Read Like A Rock Star! : Preschool Notebook for Kids (Freebie) Homeschool Preschool Activities, Alphabet Preschool, Preschool Curriculum, Preschool Lessons, Kindergarten Classroom, Writing Activities, Preschool Freebies, Teacher Freebies, Homeschooling

I created some notebook labels for my four year old son to work on each day in his notebook! We have been doing a page or two each day and he has been loving it! I cut out all of the labels and arranged them randomly in the notebook so that we have a fun new prompt to respond to each day. My son is phenomenal speller and writer so I always challenge him to label what he has drawn. If you have older kids doing this, you can have them add a sentence or two! Sometimes we go out of order. He…

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Jessica Hochman- Corcoran
Preschool Journals, Preschool Curriculum, Preschool Lessons, Preschool Learning Activities, Kindergarten Literacy, Kindergarten Classroom, Writing Center Preschool, Preschool Ideas, Work Activities

Journal writing with little learners is SO MUCH FUN (once they get the routine down)! It makes my teacher's heart overflow to see them drawing, writing, and sharing their ideas! I get to see them fall in love with writing and see themselves as writers! What a gift! In this post, I'm going to tell you all the details about how to implement journal writing in your classroom and get your kids excited about writing, too!

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Carrie Hook