FREE Theme Planner for Preschool

I’ve had a lot of questions lately about how I come up with activity ideas for the themes that we use for learning. A while back I created a super simple theme planner for preschool, that helps remind me of the different types of activities I should be including. I’m a very visual person (out of sight, out of mind), so having the list jogs my memory to make sure that I am providing a variety of activities to reach all the different goals. I’ve the theme planner to share with you today, along with an awesome FREE e-book filled with great back-to-school tips and lots of freebies to help you with your back-to-school planning. Plus, we have a whole bunch of giveaways for great prizes. So be sure to visit all of the different blogs linked up at the bottom of this post. Every blog has a different giveaway with a totally separate chance to win.

You can use this free preschool theme planner to help you meet all the objectives for preschool in a fun, hands-on way!

Click Here to Get the Preschool Theme Planner

In addition to the super handy preschool theme planner, I have joined together with some awesome Special Education Bloggers to bring your the FREE Back-to-School Tips & Freebies E-book!
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22 Comments

  1. How do you use this preschool planner exactly? Do you circle or highlight the areas you have used in each lesson/week?

    1. I use it to help me keep track of the types of activities that I have offered in a given week. I use Trello to actually plan my lessons, but, as a visual person, I need the list to remind me of what types of activities to do.

  2. I have absolutely no idea what theme we are doing yet! My plan was not to homeschool this year, but things worked out differently and I decided to give it a go. Thankful for your site 🙂

  3. Our first theme will be Welcome to First Grade and Welcome to Tot School with an Intro to the Bible for kids and Testing to see where our first grader is at. 🙂

  4. I will be teaching kiddos that experience autism in a self-contained classroom with some push in. My classroom is very very very tiny. So I will not have a theme this year. It will be organized and I think I will color code the students items. But other than that, no theme 🙁

  5. The first theme we’re doing is back-to-school!! I’ve already started getting all my books together!