This activity package is exactly what you’ve been looking for to use with your 2-4-year-old preschooler. True to the tradition at The Gentle + Classical Press- this workbook of daily activities for your little one features gorgeous images that spark imagination and wonder in your little one while helping them to learn many basic skills.
NOTE: The digital file is 114 pages while the physical delivery option is 98 pages. Please see "Physical Delivery Product Details" below for more information.
If you purchase the Preschool Bundle (in digital or print), this item is already included.
Who is it for?
This version of the Morning Binder is geared toward your youngest students. It features basic skills and a very large tracing font. It does not include any cursive.
This Morning Binder includes:
4 Page Calendar + Weather + Emotion Inventory including name and age practice
26 Pages of Build It/ Write It/ Find It ABC Activities
Shape Tracing + Identification
Color Identification + Tracing
The Preschool Morning Binder is printed on 100lb uncoated text, front and back, in full color with NO BINDING. It can be written on directly or used inside a menu or dry erase sleeve for repeated uses.
The Preschool Morning Binder in PRINT is only 97 pages long and EXCLUDES the ten-frames and "fish pond" associated with Preschool Math at Home as well as alternative options to the first (name/emotions) page. However, all print orders ALSO RECEIVE the digital download so you can print those optional pages if needed at home.
How to Use
Insert the pages of your Morning Binder into dry-erase sleeves or a Morning "Menu." You will find a detailed guide with a suggested schedule inside of the Preschool Morning Binder that will help you develop a sequence for the included pages. Find empty menus on amazon HERE.
Preschool or Kindergarten?
How to choose between the Preschool Morning Binder and Kindergarten Morning Binder?
The Preschool Level is for a child who is beginning to practice tracing upper case letters and recognizing them, counting to twenty, recognizing numbers, shapes and colors. Typically the Preschool level works best for children 2-4.
The Kindergarten Level is for a child who has begun reading instruction and moved past beginner letter recognition skills and is now blending CVC words. The KMB includes upper and lower case letters. This is usually for children 5-7 years.