Today, I’ve got a ton of March activities for prek, preschool, and kindergarten teachers. If you don’t teach prek or kinder but have friends that do, please share this post with them.
Alright, let’s start planning out some March activities. I’m going to let the pictures do most of the talking.
MARCH ACTIVITIES FOR PREK, PRESCHOOL, AND KINDERGARTEN
First up, are letter writing, letter identification, and letter order activities.
To create this sensory bag, I used clear hair gel, green food coloring, gold glitter, clear baggie, and clear packing tape. So easy!
1. Mix the hair gel, food coloring, and glitter together and put it in the baggies.
2. Close the top of the baggie and secure it with clear packing tape!
Next, are letter / sound identification:
For the Pot of Sounds activity, I copied the recording sheets (there are several included) front to back and laminated it. Once students finish the front, they flip it over and complete the back. This also helps save paper!
Name building & writing activities:
This leprechaun name wreath miiiight just be my absolute favorite and it’s FREE, here.
For this Names in the Sky activity, students just write their names in shaving cream! My son loves this!
Addition and subtraction activities (two versions included):
Non-standard measurement and graphing:
Fine motor art activity! This makes a precious gift for family or friends.
and these fun play dough picture cards:
You can find ALL of these March activities for prek, preschool, and kindergarten, here.