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Preschool flower theme

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Spring Movement Games. This fun movement game is perfect for a spring theme in your preschool or kindergarten classroom. Play outdoors or inside. Practice the alphabet with movements. Your kids will beg to play this game over and over again! - Pre-K Pages

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Flower Names – Name Building Practice Printable is a fun, hands-on activity that will have your students building their name in no time. This free, editable printable is perfect for toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten students this spring.

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Find and record a hidden SIGHT WORD! Record the sight word according to the number of letters. FUN and EFFECTIVE!

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It was 50 degrees here in Wisconsin today, which basically means it’s time to break out the flip flops and get outside. We are thinking spring thoughts and hoping for warmer days soon, so it’s time to get started on our spring themes in preschool. It is too early to do any planting outside, but […]

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Use this free counting flowers printable book with your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten students to explore early literacy and math.

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A hands on flower themed measurement printable for preschoolers. This is fantastic for math centers or small group work in the Spring for preschoolers.

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These Flower Theme Preschool and Kindergarten Activities are perfect for Spring and summer learning. Whether you want a Preschool Flower Unit Study, Montessori activities for Spring, or even Flower Science Activities your Children will love these fun hands on activities.

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Garden Shop Dramatic Play (or Flower Shop) for a spring theme, Mother's Day theme, or summer theme when everything is growing and blooming. Any preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten kiddo will LOVE it (and learn a ton too).

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