Bucket filling helps kids learn how to be more positive towards others. The following activities help kids learn how to be bucket fillers, which in turn creates a positive classroom environment.
Christmas Pattern Block Mats
Pattern blocks are a fun way for kids to learn about 2D Shapes. These free Christmas pattern block mats help kids learn about shapes, counting and are great for developing fine motor skills too! I love using them in pre-k, preschool or kindergarten math centers.
Constructing Shapes Activities
These free shapes activities help kids learn about 2D and 3D shapes with straight sides. Kids can use their fine motor skills to construct the shapes out of popsicle sticks or craft matchsticks. The construction activities make a wonderful addition to math centers. Suitable for kids in preschool, kindergarten, first grade and second grade.
All About Me Writing Craft
This free “All About Me” writing craft is great to do as a back to school activity for kids in preschool, kindergarten, first grade and second grade. It’s also a fun addition to an “All About Me” unit.
Turtle Rhyming Puzzles
These free rhyming puzzles help kids learn to identify CVC words that rhyme. They’re great for kids in preschool and kindergarten.
Camping Counting Mats
These free camping counting mats help learn to read and count numbers up to twenty. They’re a fun addition to Pre-K, Preschool and Kindergarten math centers.
Ladybug Syllable Sort
This hands-on ladybug syllable sort helps kids develop their phonological awareness. It’s also a super fun activity to do as a part of a ladybug or garden theme.
Butterfly Fine Motor Activities
These fun butterfly activities help kids to develop their fine motor skills. They make a perfect addition to spring centers! Suitable for kids in preschool and kindergarten.
Rainbow Bear Sorting Mats
These rainbow bear sorting mats are a fun way for kids to identify colors. They make a fun addition to preschool or kindergarten math centers.
Penguin Color Clip Cards
These fun penguin activities help kids learn to identify colors. They’re a great addition to Pre-K, Preschool and Kindergarten math centers.