I had my son screened for public 4K at a nearby school. In our district, it’s only half day and I thought that it would be a great chance for him to get out of the house and have some fun after the baby comes. Public 4K is exactly what I used to teach, so I know that most of the things that would be on the screening he could do before the age of 2, but still – a mom can hope. Well, he didn’t qualify. Back to Plan A it is.
I am working on some low-effort (large baby bump = need for small effort) learning notebooks that Carter will be able to use over and over for the next few months. The first one will be based on the movie Cars. This little guy is crazy about the movie and with Cars 2 coming out at the end of the month, the excitement continues. What does any great teacher do with excitement and interest? They turn it into an opportunity for learning!
We’ll be using this Cars Preschool Pack for many of our activities. I don’t have this one ready for use yet, but once it is, pictures will follow.
I didn’t find any calendar pieces, so I made my own. The clipart came from “Free Disney Clipart”, so I’m going to assume that it’ll be fine for me to share them with you. I’d be glad for you to print and use them, but never to sell them or claim them as your own.
Don’t have a Cars-crazy little boy in your house? Check out all the Preschool Packs here. There are some fun themes – even one for Princesses. These look like great, easy-to-assemble activities that will keep Carter learning while I am caring for a new baby in the house.
And here are the blank calendar pieces if you’d like to try your hand at making some to fit your theme.
I found some great planning forms here that I’ll adapt to work for me, but they make work for you just as they are!