At First Presbyterian Preschool in New Bern, North Carolina, they did a sensory play activity that was as fun as it was messy!
All of these posts are related to a farm theme. Farms are great places full of animals, equipment, barns, and things like hay.
These posts incorporate these things associated with farms into a variety of decor, activity, and craft ideas. Some of these posts feature free printable worksheets that can help students work on spelling, developing math skills, or matching. Other posts discuss dramatic play ideas related to farms, and even more posts cover fun farm-related crafts.
They are all unified in their farm theme and being greatly enjoyed by students!
This baby chicks craft template is fantastic for use in your preschool class!
These worksheets all involve baby chickens AKA chicks to some degree! They are great to use with young students (preschool or Kindergarten) as part of a unit about chickens, farm animals, or just to do something different and fun!
These for chicken-themed posters are fantastic for using in your classroom to discuss the fascinating creatures that are chickens!
When students are learning about where fruits and vegetables grow it is important to discuss how not all fruits and vegetables grow the same way!
This printable activity is great for preschool and kindergarten students! It involves, “Hiding,” a print-out of a root vegetable in a pocket and asking students to try to identify what kind of root vegetable it is via its leaves!
At Bright Minds Preschool of Hobart in Hobart, Indiana the class had their own chicken incubator and were very excited for the next week when the upcoming, “Students,” AKA baby chicks were due to hatch/arrive. The class had a ton of fun learning all about chickens via the activities.
This matching game involves using cards to put the baby version of an animal with its mother.
These free printables feature an assortment of animals and their babies! They are in black-and-white as well so they make stellar coloring pages.