You may have already seen my fruit and vegetable flashcards.. this is a little activity to go with it.
It’s a sorting mat, so using the flashcards you want your child to learn the difference between fruits and vegetables.
Laminate it and add it to your activity folder, or simply use it as a mat.
GAME IDEA: Snap!
With two players, shuffle the cards. One player with the fruit cards and the other with the vegetable cards.
Have the players take turns in placing their card in the right category. When there are two cards on the mat that both begin with the same letter, the first player to notice says “Snap!” and wins those two cards. The player with the most cards at the end, wins.
After a long procrastination! (Like, I’ve literally had this in the draft for more than a year), I’m sharing these rainbow coloured lowercase alphabet display cards, for putting up on the wall or just chunky flashcards if you like to use them that way.
I absolutely love these, they bring such fun colour into our class area.
A colourful display using my rainbow flashcards!
We’ve moved since and put them back up and these are definitely a staple.
I’m so excited to finally be sharing this preschool learning folder full of activities to help teach your little ones!
This folder is going to be my main resource with teaching my 2 year old. We’ve already got started with it and she’s picking up so much. She squeels with excitement everytime she sees me get it out! I’ve gotten lots of inspiration for this by looking at the many other learning folders available online… and then created this with my own style and idea of activities.
The 15 pages included in this free download:
Colourful front cover
Tangram puzzles – house and boat
Counting 1-5 match the number to the quantity
Counting 6-10 match the number to the quantity
With buttons – Match the quantity to the number 1-5
With buttons – Match the quantity to the number 6-10
Animals on the farm
Opposites – big and small
The last page is my little tip on how you can use each page in different ways to maximise the learning from it bi idhnillah.
You will need:
Paper & printer, ofcourse
Laminator and laminating sheets
Velcro dots (clear velcro dots are the best but I actually used white and it’s not that bad if you can’t get ahold of the clear ones)
Lots of time to cut
My theme for our homeschooling this first half of the year is “Rainbow”, so I’ve incorporated lots of colour.
Here’s my toddler showing me the “big car” on our opposites sheet:
There are many more pages that I’m in the process of making, they will be available seperately organised by subject in shaa Allaah.. so look out for those if you’re wanting to make a FULL folder!