When I first began this homeschool journey, doing preschool with my daughter, Let’s Play School was one of the first Instagram accounts I came across and started following. Chelsea, owner and creator of Let’s Play School, was also doing preschool work with her oldest daughter. I immediately fell in love with her resources and hands on activities. I feel learning through play is so important at this young age and that is what her curriculums are all about.
Let’s Play School now offers a monthly subscription that is packed full of activities. We love it so much and use it all the time so I wanted to share all about it with you.
Each month she features a new theme with 20 printable activities: 10 preschool learning activities and 10 Kindergarten-1st grade learning activities. (All are PDF files you print yourself.) All the activities are so fun and hands on focusing on either handwriting, reading, language arts, math or pretend play.
Along with all the activities, you also get a recommended book list, a week-long unit calendar/lesson plans, 10 ADDITIONAL ideas and instructions for hands-on learning (field trips, crafts, snack ideas, and more!), and discounts from other affiliated shops.
This month the theme is Bugs and it is so good! Chelsea gave me a sneak peak at the activities offered in this months pack and I wanted to share them with you. These are not all the activities just the ones we have loved so far.
Ladybug Counting Playdough Mat: My son (3yrs old) used playdough to count 1-10 and my daughter (5yrs old) used black beans to count 11-20.
Ladybug Alphabet Match: Matching lowercase ladybugs to uppercase leaves.
Tracing cards and 3 part cards.
Bee Tracing/ pre-writing practice.
Lifecycle cards: Ladybug and Butterfly.
B is for Bees activity. Learning the difference between b, d, p and q. We also laid all the bees out and matched them to the correct “hive” mason jar.
Ladybug Addition and Subtraction Story Problems.
Bug Flashcards: These have the cutest facts on them, a lot I didn’t even know myself!
Bumble Bee Sensory Bin.
Ladybug Reading Jar: My daughter is a beginning reader so she will get a ladybug for every book she reads to put in her jar. She will love this reading challenge!
So many good activities and this isn’t even all of them!
You can join her subscription on the 12th of every month and the cost is only $12/month for all of this! (Sign-up is for a 1 year membership and payment is automatic withdrawal each month on the 12th.) Once your payment goes through you automatically get an email that day with all the PDF files.
We have really enjoyed our subscription and love that it can grow with my kids and be used over and over from age 2-7!
Click HERE to get to Let’s Play School’s Etsy where you can sign up for the subscription (Bugs releases May 12th) or to find other great items from Let’s Play School.
Thank you so much Chelsea for giving us a sneak peak of this months subscription!!
We hope you all can join the fun!