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Preschool Daily Practice Recommendations

Preschool Daily Practice


We miss you video from the PK-3 staff: video

Weekly Email Matrix

Website: Language and motor skills matrix
Website: math, science, social skills matrix

Phonics Lessons

Phonics lessons are a less than 4 minute video clip that they can participate along with us. This is an auditory lesson which involves hand movements to work on rhyming, onset sounds, ending sounds, putting words together and taking them apart.

Week 1: March 30-April 3 Phonics Lesson #1

Week 2: April 6-9 Phonics Lesson #2

Week 3: April 14-17 Phonics Lesson #3

Week 4: April 20-24 Phonics Lesson #4

Week 5: April 27-30 Phonics Lesson #5

Week 6: May 4-8 Phonics Lesson #6

Week 7: May 11-15 Phonics Lesson #7

Week 8: May 18-22 Phonics Lesson #8

Social Skills

Week 1: March 30-April 3

Feeling Disappointed:

There are a lot of preschoolers disappointed about not coming to school. What is disappointed and how can we help this strong feeling?

Belly Breathe with Elmo Link

Week 2: April 6-April 9

Feeling Angry:

The social card on feeling angry and what are appropriate ways to handle angry. The calm down poster will help with the calming down.

Week 3: April 14-April 17

Fair ways of sharing:

Being stuck in doors may cause some sharing problems with their siblings. Check out 3 ways your children can solve this problem.

Week 4: April 20-24

Fighting over a toy:

This NEVER happens at home!! Ha Ha!

Week 5: April 27-30 Week 6: May 4-8

Fighting Role Playing What is empathy? Part 1

Mrs. Jody and Mrs. Sagdalen fighting again!

Music and Movement Time

Fun Extras

Kindergarten Tour: For those going into kindergarten in the fall use the kindergarten scavenger sheet that was sent home in their packet during curbside pick up. You can always play an I Spy or create your own scavenger of things you can find in the kindergarten classroom!

Missing Apple Flannel Board Activity

Living vs. Nonliving Part 1: Boy + Bot Story

Living vs. Nonliving Part 2: Living or Nonliving Examples

Quick and easy recipe that strengthens fine motor skills: Bubble Delight

Phonics Hand Sign for Each Letter

These hand movements are a tool to help children recall letter sounds. Click on the hand for the link!

Free Educational Apps for Preschool



Pbs kids

ABC kids


123 numbers

Kids brain trainer

Preschool all in one




PBS Kids


FunBrain Jr. is a part of Family Education Network, helps younger kids develop math, early literacy, and problem-solving skills through fun learning games, stories, and printables. The site is designed so parents can sit and explore with their child, or to allow kids to navigate themselves.


Boowa & Kwala- There are more than 500 games — sorting games, musical games, guessing games, decision games, hide and seek, mazes, puzzles, and many more — more than 50 songs, and a variety of stories for special occasions. http://boowakwala.uptoten.com/kids/boowakwala-home.html

ABCya provides over 400 fun and educational games for grades PreK through 6. Our activities are designed by parents and educators, who understand that children learn better if they are having fun. Games are categorized by grade and subject.


Starfall is a great educational site for young children learning their ABC's or starting to read. The activities are interactive and simple, and make learning fun.




Early Learn- We create independent, objective focused educational games specifically for use by children aged 3-5 in Primary School/Nursery settings. We have a wide range of educational games available which help all kinds of pupils to discover, nurture, train, shape and sharpen their young imaginative minds.


HOMER Reading- HOMER Reading is an early learning program for ages 2-8 that is personalized to your child’s interests to help them fall in love with reading.


Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions due to School Closings (Updated) : Amazing Educational Resources


Himama blog site that just added a resource page for parents, teachers and centers on how to handle the covid-19 virus


Second Step Families can also go online to find resources and activities to support Second Step at home. Here are directions you can provide to give them access: 1. Go to www.secondstep.org 2. Under New Users, click “Create Account” 3. Complete the required fields 4. Add Program Activation Key: SSPE FAMI LY68

Free Audible Books https://stories.audible.com/start-listen