Preschool activities will transform your day.
Ever feel like you want less television in the morning? How about feeling like you need a calmer morning routine? These preschool activities do just that.
Imagine a morning that begins with you making and drinking your coffee while your child learns.
A morning that allows you to make breakfast without little people pulling on your pant legs begging for toast.
This was me.
I had so many morning problems: we either started the day with endless amounts of TV, which set a cranky tone for the day, or I had a million requests before I took a sip of my hot tea. It wasn’t working.
So I created the solution and call them Breakfast Invitations.
These preschool activities are simple set-ups that allow your child to work on low prep activities as you begin your day.
Breakfast Invitations are preschool activities designed for multi-age families and work well with siblings.
I’ve made a variety of simple, easy-to-use Breakfast Invitations Activity Cards for you to store in the kitchen (or mobile device) so you can quickly access ideas.
These Breakfast Invitation Activity Cards give you 20+ ideas to get a productive start to your day.
And guess what? They even align with the skills your child will need upon entering Kindergarten.
These preschool activities at home will
- Develop a predictable routine.
- Minimize arguments about how your child will watch many TV shows.
- Encourage your child to work independently.
- Prepare your children for Kindergarten.
- Allow you to get a head start on making breakfast and drinking your coffee hot with minimal requests.
These Breakfast Invitations will help calm your morning!
You can begin to start Breakfast Invitations at any time!
These preschool activities are designed for ages 2.5 – 5 years of age. They are low prep, fun ideas for three-year-olds, four-year-old, and five-year-olds!
Most activity cards come with variations that will help you adjust the activity for your children.
What’s inside this collection of Breakfast Invitations?
Your first activity card will have the explanation of WHAT a Breakfast Invitation is, along with TWO activities that you can start with. Both of these activities require supplies that you most likely already own.
I will also walk you through how to work with your children for the first couple of Breakfast Invitations to allow you to get the new routine established.
Here’s a look at how the Breakfast Activity Cards are Structured:
The front of the card has a visual of an engaging low prep activity.
The back of the card shares:
How to set up the Breakfast Invitation the night before in under 5 minutes.
What to expect the morning of.
Language to use at home that will prepare your preschooler for Kindergarten.
You will clearly understand how to implement preschool activities into your mornings and encourage your child at home.
What should be taught in preschool?
As a former elementary school teacher, I understand what language and vocabulary will help expose and prepare your child for Kindergarten. These preschool activities have the following.
- Name Recognition
- Letter Recognition
- Left to Right Progression
- Cutting Practice
- Gluing Practice
- Identifying Shapes
But that’s not all.
Preschool activities PDF is here!
Don’t need a physical copy? Buy the preschool activities PDF instead. I made a mobile-friendly version of the Breakfast Invitations that you can buy and have right on your phone.
It’s a great way to go paperless AND make sure you always have the Breakfast Invitations handy. – If you choose, you can also print the PDF after downloading it to your device.
All Breakfast Invitation Activity Cards come on a ring for you to use quickly and store neatly in your home.