Create a purposeful morning routine with these preschool morning tubs! Mornings can be hectic, bring simplicity with morning bins and get the learning started from the moment students walk in. Morning work is the perfect classroom management strategy that allows students to develop a set procedure. Kick-off your mornings with morning stations that target prek standards while developing a purposeful morning time.
186 pages of purposeful, hands-on practice to keep your students learning all year long!
Hands-on learning is crucial to academic and motor development and these morning tubs help with strengthening fine motor skills. Print and prep these activities set out for your students, and watch their learning soar!
You can also use these hands-on activities during centers, rotations, station work, or for early finishers.
- Beginning of The Year Set-Up Instructions
- How to Use Tips for Classroom Management
- Clear Directions for Each Activity with Images
- Helpful Materials Lists
- Preschool Morning Tubs for Beginning of the Year
- Preschool Morning Tubs for Middle of the Year
- Preschool Morning Tubs for End of the Year
They cover a wide range of math and literacy skills including shape recognition, counting, letter tracing practice, and more. They also provide your students opportunities for strengthening their fine motor muscles, practicing pencil grip, and working on tracing skills.
- Name Writing Practice *editable file included!*
- Color Sorting Practice
- Line Tracing
- Shape Matching
- Shape Tracing
- Size Sort
- Shape Boards
- Fine Motor Letters
- Fine Motor Numbers
- Letter Tracing
- Number Tracing
- Counting 1-12
Make morning work part of your classroom procedures. From the beginning of the year, teach students to hang backpacks, put lunchboxes away, and grab a morning tub. This will quickly become the consistent morning routine your students know and look forward to. The management is up to you, whether you want to assign partners to specific tubs or let your students choose.
Most of the things you need will be things that you may have in your classroom or can find fairly reasonably at your local stores. The manipulatives I used for these activities are dry-erase markers, magnet letters, velcro dots, pom pom balls, play-doh, clothespins, pipe cleaners, and plastic buttons.
Why teachers love these!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I'm so glad I purchased this. I am in a self-contained kindergarten classroom, but one of my students really needed preschool level work. I got this bundle and she is finally able to do the work. She's more engaged, and I'm seeing more cooperation.” - Winne W.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ""Very engaging activities for independent work!"" - Corey J.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ""I enjoy seeing how it gets slightly difficult, a gradual increase."" - Jessica S."