Preschool Homeschool Activities for 2-3 Year Olds

Preschool Homeschool Learning Activities for 2-3-Year-Olds

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As Autumn rolled around and the school buses began to make their rounds past the window, I found a new wave of inspiration to create preschool home activities for my 2-and-a-half-year-old son. In the room of my office, I set up a small table, chalkboard, and cubby shelves to store and display activities and toys.

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After discovering a Five Senses Letter-a-Week Activity Guide by mama blogger Elizabeth on This Little Home of Mine, I was excited to give it a go! Her guide offers suggestions for activities and planners to help organize a week. The activity suggestions were a great support to help me generate ideas. Making each week themed to one single letter made thinking of activities to do much easier, and I discovered new ideas I hadn’t thought of before.

Ahead of time, I purchased supplies, including a collection of vintage plastic animals I found on Etsy and Dot-a-Dot pens.

In the first week, for the letter A, I printed guides for making paper airplanes, printed a Dot-a-Dot image, and brought apples. We listened to an alphabet song on YouTube and did a letter A scavenger hunt around the house.

Each week, I brought out a new plastic toy that began with the corresponding letter of the week. During the week for the letter C, he had many new toys arrive on his table, a camel, a cat, a cheetah, a caterpillar, and a centipede.

Letter of the week themed activities – The Letter C
Letter of the week themed activities – The Letter C

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