Looking for activity ideas for your toddler or preschool learning binder? Don’t feel like creating all the activities yourself?
Our preschooler’s learning binder just started out with a few simple pages at the beginning of the school year, and she just loved it so much that I’ve been slowly creating and adding more and more activities to it for her. I also have an interactive binder for my toddler now. I mean, he just loves to do whatever big sis is doing.
I’d love for you to get some ideas from our busy binder, so that you can create one for your child as well. And if you don’t feel like doing all the upfront work yourself, you’re more than welcome to purchase our downloadable binder pack over at Teachers Pay Teachers.
There’s also a few FREE resources available for you as well.
And without further to do, here’s a little sneak preview of our toddler and preschool learning binder:
And here’s the detailed version:
In this printable download, you will find 31 different activities that cover:
- Color recognition
- Color sorting
- Letter recognition
- Alphabet sequence
- Letter sounds
- Number recognition
- Shape identification
Basic pen control/tracing
- Coin work
- Complete the pattern
- About me
- Days of the week
- Months of the year
- Animal vocabulary and matching
- Emergency information
I recommend printing out your favorite sheets and placing them in a 2″ or 3″ 3-ring binder, using binder protector sleeves, lamination, and velcro dots.
If you’re in search of FREE resources, please check out the following activities:
If you have any questions about the Preschool Learning Binder, please don’t hesitate to shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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