S. J. Little’s Preschool Blog 

The following posts are written by S. J. Little, a preschool teacher. They are written for parents, preschool teachers, caregivers and anyone else who has a toddler or preschooler in their life

If you have a topic in mind that you’d like to see me write about, feel free to submit your idea here.

Also, I have compiled links to a few of my favourite preschool resources here.

3 Books to Teach Preschoolers They’re Special

  I have collected a list of books that teach preschoolers they're special because I know children face incredible pressure...
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3 No-Prep Outdoor Games to Play with Your Preschooler

  As the weather gets warmer, it's valuable to get kids outside and moving. That's what these classic 3 games...
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ABC Rhyming Snakes and Ladders Game

  Looking for a game to play with your preschooler? Here's a new one for you to print and enjoy...
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Exciting Preschool Themes

  Having been asked about preschool themes to teach, I've compiled a list of various themes that can be used...
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Ways to Engage Preschoolers with Stories

Some children get excited for storytime. Other children are restless and simply cannot be bothered to pay attention at storytime....
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3 Go-To Places for Preschool Resources

Free Printables -  With all of the Covid-19 restrictions, you may be finding yourself in need of new, easy activities...
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Baby Jesus, Welcome Lord

New Christmas Song for Preschoolers - Looking for a new, easy, and Biblical Christmas song to sing with your preschoolers?...
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5 Things to Teach When Homeschooling Your Preschooler

  With the current pandemic, you may find yourself homeschooling your preschooler, whether by choice or due to circumstances beyond...
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5 Classic Bible Story Songs for Preschoolers

As Christian parents and teachers, we desire to introduce our children to the Bible while they are young. That's why...
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4 Sides: Easy Preschool Gym Game

This game gets children moving with very little prep required. As an easy preschool gym game, it can be adapted...
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Ready for Kindergarten: 5 key ways to prepare your child academically

A wealth of information exists about child development and what a preschool child needs to know in order to be...
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Zoo Animal Skin Matching Game

  Preschoolers love animals and so do I. Preschoolers also love guessing and learning. That's why I've created this Zoo...
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Toy Rotation

Are your kids bored of their toys? Are they disengaged and uninterested? Try rotating their toys. Toy rotation is highly...
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The “What’s Missing?” Game

This simple game is fantastic for engaging your preschoolers. It makes your children think hard as they try to solve...
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Another 7 Simple Christian Songs for Preschoolers

Last July, I posted "7 Simple Christian Songs for Preschoolers". So many people enjoyed those songs that I decided to...
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5 Types of Storytime Seating for Preschoolers

Circle time. That point when the entire class gathers around the teacher for songs, stories, and activities. This can be...
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What Snack Options Should I Pack for My Preschooler?

5 tips from a preschool teacher Do you have a preschooler? Do you pack snacks for them? Then you’re in...
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It’s Cold Outside Today – Preschool Song

  This is one of my favourite winter preschool songs. My preschoolers enjoy its full-body actions and snowy day application....
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My Favourite Preschool Christmas Song

"We Wish You a Merry Christmas" has been my favourite preschool Christmas song to teach my class for several years....
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Why I Give Preschoolers Stickers

Why do I sometimes give preschoolers stickers for craft time? Am I being lazy? No. When used intentionally, stickers provide...
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