Buildings study creative curriculum preschool

Discover the best ideas and activities to create a creative curriculum for preschool that focuses on building study skills. Help your little learners develop a strong foundation for future academic success.
House Craft For Preschoolers, Neighbourhood Activities Preschool, House Crafts For Preschoolers, Homes Eyfs Activities, Houses Activities Preschool, All Around Town Preschool Theme, Who Lives In Your House Preschool, Rooms Of The House Activities, Buildings Prek Activities

While the preschool days are filled with ABC's and 123's, it's important to teach your little learners critical thinking skills as well. What better way

Preschool: Community Pre K, Community Helpers Preschool Activities, Preschool Construction, Community Helpers Preschool, Preschool Learning Activities, Preschool Building Activities, Preschool Learning, Preschool Curriculum, Preschool Lessons

Our community theme is one of my favorites because there are so many fun things we can do. I could probably spend a month on this theme exploring lots of jobs, places and community helpers. Here were our plans for our community theme: And here are the details for each activity: Making Inferences: Madelynn loves […]

Ivete Raffa
Pre K, Community Helpers Preschool Activities, Community Helpers Preschool Crafts, Construction Activities Preschool, Community Helpers Preschool, Preschool Construction, Community Helpers Crafts, Preschool Transportation Crafts, Preschool Lessons

When I taught preschool one of the most exciting themes for my students was our Construction & Buildings unit of study from Creative Curriculum. They just loved playing with blocks, pretending they were construction workers and using the toy tools. Construction & Buildings unit I'm sharing pictures from my archives of some of the activities

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Architecture, Pre K, Building Crafts, Projects For Kids, Construction Activities, Preschool Art Projects, Preschool Building Theme, Kindergarten Art Projects, Construction Activities Preschool

We began this lesson by reading the book "Iggy Peck, Architect" by author Andrea Beaty and discussing what exactly an architect is and does. Then we looked at a Powerpoint I put together showing a variety of interestingly designed structures. As we view the images, the students and I discuss the interesting shapes and architectural details they see on the structures. Then I have the students go back to their desks and give each of them a large brown paper bag (they write their name on the…

Kendra Ripberger