Preschool journal prompts

Spark your preschooler's imagination with these creative journal prompts. Encourage self-expression and language development with engaging writing activities for young learners.
Read Like A Rock Star! : Preschool Notebook for Kids (Freebie) Pre K, Summer, Reading, Teaching, Worksheets, Learning Letters, Writing Activities, Kindergarten Writing, Preschool Writing

I created some notebook labels for my four year old son to work on each day in his notebook! We have been doing a page or two each day and he has been loving it! I cut out all of the labels and arranged them randomly in the notebook so that we have a fun new prompt to respond to each day. My son is phenomenal speller and writer so I always challenge him to label what he has drawn. If you have older kids doing this, you can have them add a sentence or two! Sometimes we go out of order. He…

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Jessica Hochman- Corcoran
Pre K, Play, Montessori, Interactive Science Activities, Interactive Science, Interactive Science Journal, Preschool Science Activities, Science, Preschool Science

Unfortunately, many schools are pushing Science right out the door and focusing primarily on math and literacy. While these things are important and the foundation of every child's educational career... ignoring other subject areas is a horrible idea! If you haven't started this already, it's definitely something to think about for next year. If your principal tells you there isn't enough time in the day for Science.. you show her your science journals. They are the perfect way to combine…

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Karleen Fusenig
Toddler Activities, Camping, Toddler Learning Activities, Pre K, Camping Preschool, Daycare Activities, Bug Activities, Preschool Insects Activities, Preschool Learning Activities

This post shares hands-on, camping-themed learning activities, preschool journal activities, & book recommendations for toddlers & preschoolers. The theme includes everything from s'mores & campfires, to frogs & ponds, & bugs! All activities are simple to set-up, engaging, &

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Jenny Beenken