Are you worried about how to prepare your child for this fast-paced world? You need to start at an early age to refine their reflexes, motor skills, on the feet thinking, mental power, agility, etc. We will be talking about the best educational activities for preschoolers in this blog.
A preschool, also known as nursery school, a pre-primary school or playschool is an educational establishment or learning space offering early childhood education to children before they begin compulsory education at primary school.
Some of the best educational activities for preschoolers are:
Missing Number Match- If they are counting from one to ten, then give them a challenge! Write the numbers on a popsicle and leave a number out, then give them 10 additional clips with 0-9 numbers so that they can decide the missing number and attach the clip there.
Rhyming Dominos- Generally dominos can be used to teach numbers but let’s give it a wordy twist. How about making cards with two words or pictures on each and the kid has to match it according to the rhyming of the world to the other.
Shape Scavenger Hunt- Knowing the shapes and actually recognising them are two different aspects. Give your child a sheet with different shapes and a checkbox under it. Go along with them while they look for each shape and point it out to you. Help them visualise those shapes in real life.
Adding Objects- This is one of the most common activities that preschoolers are engaged in. Giving them objects like boxes, crayons or toffees and telling them to add it up. This improves their presence of mind and quick calculations.
Matching Activity- Matching objects seem comparatively easier than letters, so let them work a little harder. Make pockets with letters spelling their name or things with meaning to them. Along with this, make a popsicle with the same letters and make them match those together.
These are just a few suggestions from our side for educational activities for your preschoolers. Keeping them engaged and active is the main point of doing so. Keep it creative and give them the necessary time to help cultivate themselves.