End of the Year Math and Literacy Centers Preschool May Morning Bins

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Kindergarten Rocks
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  1. Are you looking for fun and simple thematic math and literacy centers or morning bin activities that you can prep quickly for your preschool classroom? This unit includes 12 units with 20 centers in each unit!. These centers are sure to keep their interest and will help build important literacy,
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Are you looking for hands on end of the year math and literacy centers for your preschool classroom for the month of May? Then you will love May Preschool Centers. Themes include: Farm, Pond, Spring, Garden and Flowers.

These centers are sure to keep their interest and will help build important literacy, math and writing (fine-motor) skills.

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**This unit is a part of a Growing Bundle!

This unit includes:

-20 Ready to go centers

-Material checklist

-Activity instructions

-Student instructions to build independence

-Bin/bag labels

-Activities in action photos

The centers include:

1. Barnyard Roll & Color: Roll the dice, identify the number. Find the matching number on the printable. Color the farm animal in the barn to match.

2. Lily Pad Shape Up: The boys and girls will choose a frog and identify the shape. Then, they will find the matching lily pad and use the clip to connect them.

3. Pond Count: Line up the ponds from 1-10. Place the matching number of animals above each pond.

4. Spring Time Rhyming Puzzles: Build the puzzles by matching rhyming words.

5. Frog Build your Name: The boys and girls will cut out the frog and lily pads and practice building their name.

6. Planting a Shape Garden: Choose a shape sign. Then, find all of the matching-shaped vegetables and place them in your garden.

7. Build A Pond: The boys and girls will use a variety of materials to build a pond.

8. Wormy Patterns: Choose a card and identify the pattern. Then, use the pipe cleaners or matching colored dough to complete the pattern.

9. Flyin’ ABC’s Tracing: The boys and girls will build a kite and trace the ABC’s down the tail of the kite.

10. May Seek-N-Find: The boys and girls will search a pond for animals and insects. They will also search a farm and count/write how many animals.

11. Digging up ABC’s: Choose a card and identify the letters. Place the matching carrot letters on the patch of dirt. Then, dig up the carrots and choose a new card.

12. May ABC Search: Color by letters to reveal the mystery letter (G: Garden, P: Pond, W: Worm, L: Lily Pad)

13. Flowering Sounds: Choose a flower and identify the letter in the middle and the sound it makes. Then, identify all of the pictures. Use the bee clothespin to clip the two pictures that make the matching beginning sound.

14. Pony Cards 1-20: The boys and girls will play the card games “War” and “Go Fish” with number cards 1-20.

15. Cow Crown: The boys and girls will make a cow crown complete with a cow head, 4 legs and a tail.

16. Pond Color by Animals: Color the picture by pond animals.

17. Farm Friends Reproducible: The boys and girls will read the book and identify the farm animal on each page. Then, they will trace the animal name.

18. Swatting Flies Ten Frame: The boys and girls will choose a fly swatter ten frame card and identify the number. Then, they will place the matching number of flies on the fly swatter.

19. Roll & Plant a Garden: Roll the dice and count the dots. Find the vegetable with the matching number and plant it in the garden.

20. Piggy Bank Count: The boys and girls will roll the dice and identify the number. Then, they will place the matching number of pennies on the pig.

Check out More Preschool Hands On Activities:

September (Back to School)

October (Fall)

Halloween

November (Turkey, Thanksgiving)

December (Holiday)

January (Winter)

February (Valentine's Day, Teeth)

March (Spring, Weather)

April (Spring, Insects)

Summer

Pets

If you are looking for more ideas for preschool you may like:

Preschool Math and Literacy Printables for the Year

Preschool Crafts With Visual Directions

Color by Code Math and Literacy Printables Preschool

Preschool Thematic Bundles 1

Preschool Thematic Bundle 2

Skill of the Day Calendar Activities Bundle

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.

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