Updates to Pre-K Pages

The Christmas page at Pre-K Pages has been updated with new math and literacy ideas.   Please let me know what you think of the new ideas by posting a comment on the update blog.

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8 Responses

  1. Vanessa, I love all of your new Christmas & Gingerbread ideas! I use your Gingerbread Man sequence sheet every year. I can see my kids getting a kick out of the Holiday Fonts activity– they will love going around the room gluing the letters on. Will let you know how it goes.

  2. Glad you liked them Karen. Let us know how it goes with the font trees 🙂

  3. Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas. I love to use your thematic words. We always go over the thematic word list together and then I let my students fill in the word only for one activity and then draw the picture only for another activity. Do you think I should let them fill in the word first or draw the picture for each word first?

  4. Hi Laura: Thanks for your comments. I’m not sure I understand your question, please e-mail me with a few more details, I’d be happy to help if I can.

    vanessa

  5. I am soooo glad that you still have the web site going even though you are not in the classroom. I look up ideas frequently. I love that there are more phonemic awareness type of activities (I teacher special needs preschool). I’m signed up for the updates through Google Reader…you are the one that alerted me to it. Thank you!

  6. Oops, didn’t know my parenthesis would be added to the web address. Also didn’t know if you wanted it or not since it’s not preschool related….but since one was asked for…I included :-).

  7. Hi Sharon: Welcome! I’m glad to know that you are enjoying the site. I hope to be posting more ideas and info soon.

    vanessa

  8. Regarding a previous post….I give the studens a copy of the thematic word list with the pictures only, I cover the word so the students need to write the word for each picture. On another day I give them another copy of the word list but this time I cover the pictures and leave the word. This time the students need to draw the picture for the word shown. My question is which activity should I do first?

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