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Sunday, September 11, 2011

Preschool Plan for September

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Things are getting busy around here. School just started and our little newborn is a month old! (she’s beautiful) Four kids are keeping me busy, busy Smile Just a heads up … I don’t plan on making regular posts on the weekends anymore. I’m sure every now and then I’ll put something up, but for now, just look forward to more preschool ideas as often as I can during the week!
We are having a ton of fun getting into preschool this year. I love the focus it gives our day and my kids love the undivided attention from mom.
I thought it might be helpful to some of you if I posted our plan for September. So I put together a calendar of our weeks and days for this month, along with some of the activities I plan to do with the kids. I’ll do this for each month, so feel free to use it.
September
Or download these CUTE free blank calendars from Anything But Perfect and fill in your own activities!
  calendar2calendar
  calendar4calendar3

8 comments:

  1. Oh yes...download the free program called Primo .pdf. It installs as a printer, so when you go to the print dialog box you choose Primo .pdf. Then save (print) it on your hard drive and then just attach it to whatever you are sending. I know there is a way to embed a document into blogger using Google docs but I have never done that. I am sure someone will share that too.

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    1. You can also download Print Hammermill and print from your phone to your wireless printer...fyi

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  2. Thanks so much Jackie! I tried primo.pdf and it worked great! So easy too. Yay!

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  3. I just found your site and love the printable calendars to keep me on track! I was able to print off December, January, and February, but for some reason, September, October and November wouldn't work. Scribd wanted me to pay for a package or something. Any help would be awesome! Love the site!

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  4. I really love this site for several reasons; really fun and neat ways of learning the alphabet and how to write with books associated to the activities. I also love how the science and other topics are cross connected to the writing and math and wordmaking and recognition of letters.

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  5. I'm pretty sure finding your site just saved my year!! I was pretty sure I'd be teaching my preschooler at home this year and I know what she needs to learn for kindergarten but the organization was going to be my biggest issue. Thank you so much for having all of these calendars and worksheets available to unorganized procrastinators like myself!!!

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  6. Planning calender is a great idea not only for the moms but also for the teachers of preschools and schools. In this way they can plan a strategy to guide his or her child in a proper manner. Thanks Lindsy for sharing such a beautiful post here. These empty calenders are also very beautiful.

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I love your comments! Feel free to leave a link if you've done any of these activities with your kids. I'd love to visit your blog!

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