Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Preschool language. Get inspired and try out new things.
Download these free picture mats to build vocabulary in preschool and kindergarten. These are great for English language learners, too! #vocabulary
FREE printable Sequencing worksheets for preschool and kindergarten kids. Includes 15 activities featuring seasonal themes, hygiene such as brushing teeth, washing hands, and fire safety. Great for language and literacy development!
Michala saved to Free printables pre-k
Looking for a cheap, easy to use therapy material? How about paper bags? I love using paper bags for a variety of activities. Here are some simple ways I have incorporated paper bags into my therapy sessions. 1. Puppets My students love to use puppets to "eat" their articulation cards or other target cards. They also love to use them to tell stories. Making puppets from paper bags is a great, inexpensive way to engage your students in a variety of activities! You can easily make a puppet to…
Easy, hands-on positional words activities for your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classroom. Make learning prepositions fun!
Samira Brito saved to Montessori
Try these 15 awesome language activities with your preschool kids and build their expressive and receptive language while having fun.
Haley Porter saved to Quick Saves
Use these free rhyming picture cards with the Down By the Bay song. Kids love matching the rhymes on the cards and using them to extend the classic song. Today I have some printable rhyming cards to
Laney saved to Preschool rhyming
We thought of why don't we level up the kids' favorite dot sticker activity, by doing some ABC learning. Here comes Watermelon ABC Matching with Dot Stickers
Katie Ross saved to Alphabet letters
Children's songs are great for working on language development through building vocabulary, repetition, memory, and creativity. Free song choice cards
donna farrugia saved to Cole
Toy cars are great for developing early language skills. I've shared 5 ways you can use toy cars to support early language in your therapy sessions.
Melissa Keith-Williams saved to SLP stuff