Top 10 Posts 2021 Preschool Toolkit Blog
Our best preschool activities for 2021 are conveniently listed here for you. This roundup includes the top results readers found during the past year to enjoy with their early learners.
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The past year was exceptional for all of us, with so many concerns affecting our health and quality of life. One of the important issues we faced was maintaining learning environments for our children.
That meant everything from online learning at the kitchen table, to social distanced play dates with friends.
No matter the structure of the environment, at home or in a classroom, having affordable, meaningful activities to add to your everyday routines is beneficial for early childhood development. The availability of digital resources, both free and paid, has helped parents and teachers continue to provide preschool learning.
Our goal with Preschool Toolkit is to provide easy access to ideas for learning through play. We pay particular attention to providing play ideas without printables, using everyday household items and basic craft supplies. Suggestions are often included in our posts for substitutions, as well as options for extended play.
The posts that reached readers most throughout the past year are indicative of the types of play that parents and teachers want for their homeschools and classroom curriculums as well as everyday play.
Science themed activities predominate again, with musical instruments included in the fun!
This roundup is a great place to start for activities that provide hands-on interaction and a play-based approach to learning for preschoolers.
1. Fun musical instruments with recyclables
2. Bird nest with a variety of everyday materials.
3. Circle time tips and ideas for interactive play.
4. Earth materials in a jar.
5. Seeds in the foods we eat.
7. Roadster with a cardboard box
8. Mini volcano science fun
9. Wind experiment with a small fan
10. Marble roll activity with paper cups