Here is our list of a dozen of great sites for teachers looking for preschool activities; listed in alphabetical order:
An online resource for preschool games that incorporates math, language and arts while introducing basic computer skills to young children.
Provider of learning resources in over 20 countries and six continents, with the goal to improve the lives of children through education.
GoNoodle turns movement into a game and makes it easy to be active, the kid way—silly, energetic, playful, and fun. Just press play on hundreds of custom-created videos and get kids running, jumping, dancing, stretching, and practicing moments of mindfulness.
America’s #1 Educational Media Brand, PBS Learning Media provides access to classroom-ready resources in audio, video, image, interactive, document and many more formats.
There is an abundance of information available for preschool teaching on Pinterest. All you need to do is search it by a relevant term and you will be amazed to find endless display of ides, projects, DYI and resources.
Search It, Find It, Plan It is this site’s tagline; an online resource to find preschool lesson plans, activities, ideas and more.
Free online resource with activities that cover everything from math to literacy, fine motor to classroom management.
Just like youtube but for all things education! A must visit for preschool and early childhood educators
Free site to teach the basics of reading. Features interactive books and phonics games.
Read-alouds of famous story books by authors and actors.
An open marketplace for educators where teachers can buy, sell or share for free unique and original training resources.
Introducing kids to new and exciting ways of learning with the help of games, videos, experiments, puzzles, coloring sheets, and much more!
We hope you enjoyed browsing through our compiled list of online resources and you’ll be able to find something to use in your class! What other resources do you use? Let us know via Twitter by tagging @HiMamaSocial. Don’t forget that some of the best moments are happening right there in your classroom, so capture and share them with parents through the HiMama app.