Book Suggestions for the Library
Below is a listing of books about children and about families! You might find them at your library that is local or can click on the title links to look at what exactly is offered at Amazon.
(I LOVE Amazon, and yours there, they do send me a few cents—which supports my coffee habit!) if you choose to get
All About Me Books
Listed below are My Hands by Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault
Now I Am Threeby Jane Belk Moncure—these are older books, most libraries have the collections. This series that is particular Moncure has one for every age i am just One! Now I’m Two! etc.
Now I am Big by Margaret Miller
Books about Families
All About Me Preschool Activities Theme Math & Manipulatives > to greatly help your Preschoolers develop their math skills and people small muscles in their hands!
Materials: Precut small people shapes (make many!) and several larger houses. This can be found in many ways:
The kids count out and name the true number of people that live in their house and place them on a precut house.
You can program each homely house or apartment with numbers therefore the children then place that amount of people regarding the house.
In different colors, the children can sort all the people by sizes, colors or match them to the matching colored house if you precut them.
The beginning of the entire year is a good time for you to introduce these concepts.
Provide an item in small and sizes that are largeballs, stuffed animals, cut right out people shapes) after which provide 2 boxes one that says Big and something that says LITTLE or SMALL. The youngsters learn how to sort by size.
Make puzzles available which have families in them: both table puzzles and floor puzzles. If you do not have any, make one! Find pictures or print pictures from your own computer of families. Make a collage of it and then laminate and cut it out into large puzzle shapes!
Exactly about Me Preschool Activities Theme Music and Movement
Activities and Ideas to ensure you get your Preschoolers Movin’ and Groovin’!
How Do You Feel?
Have different tempos of music available. Play one song and ask the children which type of mood the music is in-happy, sad, excited, scared, etc. The children then act that mood out through movement. Читать далее Exactly about Me Preschool Activities Theme Ideas for Your Library Area