MAY LEARNING BINDER
These May Learning Binder pages are perfect to use with preschool or pre-k in the month of May.
They include no-prep activities that are meant to be a “brain warm-up” & encourage your little one to practice academic skills in a fun way!
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I place these pages in a 3-ring binder & have my preschoolers use a dry-erase marker so they can be reused all month long.
This activity pack comes with 10 activities. The first 6 activities are meant to be used each day during Circle Time, Morning Meeting, or Morning Basket:
- Reading Challenge
- Poem of the Month
- Name Practice (editable)
- Calendar (editable)
*Check out THIS video to see my full Circle Time routine, including the songs I sing & my advice for structuring Circle Time.
The last 4 activities are no-prep printables you can use anytime during the month. There are 2 literacy and 2 math printables.
*Read more about these Learning Binders & why I created them in THIS blog post.
Binder Cover: This binder cover is editable. You can type your little one’s name, or you can have them write their own name. I place this cover inside the plastic sleeve of the front of our 3-ring binder, and then I insert the rest of the pages into the binder.
Reading Challenge: Color in one picture for each book you read in May.
Poem of the Month: Ice Cream in a Cone: Recite the poem together each day. There is also a link to watch a video of me saying the poem with hand motions. My preschoolers always remember the poem more easily when they have motions to go along with it.
Name Practice: This page is editable. Just type your little one’s name in the lavender-colored boxes. When you print, the boxes won’t appear. Have your little one spell, trace, build, and write their name each day. Put this inside a plastic sheet protector or laminate it so your little one can use the same page for the whole month.
Calendar: This calendar is editable. You can type in the year at the top. Then type in the numbers for the month in the lavender-colored boxes. That way, you can use this calendar year after year! Your little one can trace the numbers on the calendar and talk about what today is.
Weather: Print, cut, and laminate (if possible) the big weather cards. Each day, ask your little one to share the weather and find the corresponding card. Then have them color in a bar on their bar graph.
Feelings: Print, cut, and laminate (if possible) the big feelings cards. Each day, ask your little one to share how they’re feeling and find the corresponding card. Then have them add a tally mark to their chart.
Sweet Syllable Sort: Your little one will name each picture, identify the correct number of syllables, and draw a line to the matching ice cream cone number.
Race to the Ice Cream: Uh-oh! You need to get to your ice cream before it melts! Spin the spinner and move along the board. When you land on a letter, say its name & sound.
Count the Ice Cubes: Your little one will count the ice cubes in each pitcher of lemonade, circle the number, and trace the number.
Sweet Treats: Get out your play dough for this activity! Your little one will roll a die, name the color, and add it to the sweet treat.
Please see the pictures in the preview above for more info!
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Remember, these activities are meant to be a brain warm-up only. If you’re interested in some great hands-on spring activities for your homeschool or preschool classroom, check these out!
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Erin | Littles Love Learning
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