I've been collecting book reviews on ready-set-read.com and organizing those book reviews into preschool themes. You can view my preschool themes page, which is still a bit of a work in progress.
Here are some preschool themes we love and a few activities from Mom's Library to jump start your theme unit with your preschool students.
Colors and Shapes Theme
1. Learning Colors with Colorful Little Books from ready-set-read.com
2. Shapes and Colors Preschool Craft by Coffee with Us 3
3. Color Squirt from ready-set-read.com
4. Free Printable Shape Activity for Preschoolers from ready-set-read.com
Shapes and Colors Books Recommended for Preschool
2. Space Play and Craft Ideas from My Little Bookcase
Creepy Crawlies- Bugs and Butterflies Themes
1. Insects Printable Pack from Gift of Curiosity
2. Bee activities for kids from Raptor Mama
3. Bee and Butterfly Trays from PiwiPrincess
4. Butterfly Suncatchers from two-daloo.com
5. Butterfly Snackpack from Meaningful Mama
6. Ladybug Pretzels from Meaningful Mama
7. Bumble Bee Treats from Meaningful Mama
1. Starting Seeds with Kids from Fantastic Fun and Learning
2. Planting a Pretend Garden from Gummy Lump Toys
3. Recycled Seed Planters from Life with Moore Babies
4. Make Spring Flowers with Egg Cartons from Wildflower Ramblings
Recommended Books for Garden Theme
1. Spelling with Raindrops from Sorting Sprinkles
2. Preschool Wind Theme from ready-set-read.com
3. Weather Playdough activity from Sorting Sprinkles
If you are looking for additional themes check out this post by Sorting Sprinkles with a list of possible preschool themes to explore.
Do you use themes to teach your preschoolers? Join this discussion on facebook and share your favorite themes. I'm using the ideas shared in this thread to create book lists on all of your favorite topics. Each Monday, from May-July, I'll be sharing booklists for many of these themes.
Link up your helpful posts for moms. You can share activities for kids, crafts for kids, book reviews, recipes, devotionals, and more. Each week the hosts will feature many of your ideas. I co-host this linky with True Aim and several other bloggers, so there are lots of opportunities for your great ideas to be featured!
Here's How to Link Up:
1. Chose an activity for kids, devotional, craft for kids, recipe, etc. to link up.
2. Visit at least two other links and support your other bloggers.
3. Please follow Ready-Set-Read and True Aim.