New circle time schedule from Monsters Ed homeschooling
This is our circle time routine. It has been fine tuned to suit us better and as the children grow, there are a few things we don’t need to do anymore.
Free Printable Months of the Year Memory Cards from Meet Penny
Play a timed game by scattering the cards of the table and challenge your child to put them in order. Or, place the cards upside down and see if they can match the month with the month that follows.
Our Calendar and Morning Board Routine from Homeschool Creations
Over the past four+ years there is one thing that has been a constant part of our morning routine – our calendar board. Each of our kids has participated in learning from it, and it has been a fun way to add a bit of math, Bible, and other subjects into a start of our day. Our youngest is in first grade and we’ll likely be using it next year with him as well for continued practice.
The Carpet Song Poster from Laughing and Learning in the Lone on
I created this poster based on something I found on the internet. I did not make-up the words to the song, only created a poster to hang in my classroom.
from Happy and Blessed Home
If you are considering pre-schooling at home, or if you are a teacher working with young children, a circle time morning board is a great way to keep activities organized and keep young children focused. I’ve created some beautiful FREE printables so you can create a preschool circle time morning board at home. These printables can be used to create a morning board or used individually to teach a lesson on the topic for which the printable was created. In this post I’ll share how we created our preschool circle time morning board, AND, if you sign up to be a subscriber of Happy and Blessed Home.com you’ll receive access to all the preschool circle time morning board printables pictured here in easy downloadable files.