If you're looking to a worksheet alternative to traditional morning work, check out these morning tubs for kindergarten. There are 21 engaging and developmentally appropriate activities that students can complete as the school day begins. These back to school activities were designed to be simple enough that they can be completed independently, even during the first few weeks of kindergarten. You'll find ideas for strengthening fine motors, learning colors and patterns, letter recognition…
Replace your morning worksheets with morning tubs in preschool and kindergarten. This preschool teacher shows how she organizes and creates hands on morning bins that engage her students and provide fine motor practice.
Morning activity boxes have been a game changer in our routine! I did a version of this with Piper when she was younger and I was trying to juggle the work-from-home mom routine. So a few weeks ago I started making boxes for Flora to use when she needs an activity (i.e. she wants my […]
Another post on Quiet Time activities? Why yes. There is just so much more I want to share with you! Quiet Time is a topic that I could chat about for a very (very, very) (very) long time. I have shared with you lots of Quiet Time activities in this space, and even written
Why Morning Invitations? I started them because my children are early risers and I am sooo not a morning person. Morning invitations allowed us to: Start our morning slowly Start our morning quietly-ish Start our morning creatively (and often bookishly) What is a Morning Invitation So this slow, quiet, creative, bookish morning sounds nice, but […]