Preschool Activities

Preschool Learning Activities & Circle Time Ideas for Kids

Preschool learning activities and circle time activities for preschoolers.Preschool activities and circle time activities are for teaching children a variety of topics and/or educational ideas together as a group in the pre k classroom or daycare setting.

Pre K circle is a time where the teacher sits together with a group of preschool children in a more focused educational setting.

During circle time, preschool children have an opportunity to be engaged in more focused learning activities such as singing preschool songs, simple science activities, creative movement, kids stories, simple cooking activities, learning the days of the week, learning about the weather and other educational ideas.

There are lots of creative and fun preschool learning ideas which you can use with the preschoolers and toddler children during this important time of day.

So, when you can’t find specific pre k activities for you and your children, or activities that can’t be found in the other specific categories on this preschool website as shown above, then you will find those activities for kids here under this section.

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All Pre K Circle Time ideas & Games& Activities for Kids:


Circle Time Activities:


Classroom Games:


PreK Activities & Ideas:

Alphabet matching: Cut out large letters of the alphabet and have the preschoolers match them to corresponding letters on a worksheet or poster.
Counting bears: Provide a set of bears or other small manipulatives and have the children practice counting and sorting them.
Shape matching: Cut out various shapes and have the preschoolers match them to corresponding shapes on a worksheet or poster.
Color sorting: Provide a variety of objects in different colors and have the children sort them into different color groups.
Letter tracing: Provide worksheets with letters for the preschoolers to trace and practice their fine motor skills.
Number recognition: Use flashcards or worksheets to help preschoolers learn to recognize numbers and count.

Puzzles: Provide simple puzzles for preschoolers to complete to help them develop problem-solving skills and hand-eye coordination.

Playdough: Playdough is a great tool for preschoolers to improve their fine motor skills and creativity. You can add different materials such as beads or buttons to make it more fun.
Sensory bin: Fill a bin with different materials such as rice, beans, or pasta and let the children explore with their senses and practice sorting and counting.
Storytelling: Encourage preschoolers to use their imagination and tell stories using pictures, props, or puppets.


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