Check out this list of 50 easy and fun and simply awesome preschool learning activities for toddlers and preschoolers at home! Hands-on, learn and play, these activities are great for ages 2-5. Check out also our free printables and worksheets in our shop.
These great preschool learning activities are a daily part of our homeschool daily schedule for our 3-year-old and include the following categories:
- Language & Literacy
- Math, Logic & Problem-solving
- Science & Social Studies
- Motor & Sensory
- Personal & Social & Practical Life.
If you need some inspiration how to organize and plan your homeschool preschool routine and set you schedule, check out the Ultimate Homeschool Preschool Planner – Preschool Planner & Materials.
What are fun activities for preschoolers?
So here is our list of what are our favourite fun learning activities for preschoolers and toddlers at home:
- Letter Hunt
- Letter Rescue
- Alphabet Balls and Tunnels
- What’s my name
- Match the Letters (Free Printable)
- Montessori Letters Puzzle
- Match the word
- Dot to dot
- Writing Letters in Tray (Salt, Sprinkles, Flour)
- Read to me
- Trace numbers 1-20
- Pizza Stickers
- Build a house for the duckies
- Magnetic math
- Compare – sort big, medium, small
- Line up – who is first in line, who is last in line
- Number Rescue
- Add one, add two, add three…
- Shape Hunt
- Candle & Water Experiment
- Insect Hunt
- Insects Play Doh
- Ice Fishing
- Microscope imagining station
- Germs Play Doh
- Animals, humans, plants and non-living objects
- Static Electricity
- Space – Play-Dough Planets
- Space – dwarf planets
- Seasons – Winter
- Seasons – Spring
- Seasons – Fall
- Seasons – Summer
- Cut me out
- Letters Sensory Bin
- Stencil Tracing
- 5 Senses
- All about me
- My Family
- Send those germs down the drain
- Brush the Teeth
- Fire safety
- My emotions
Videos, descriptions and images will follow next week.
How can I teach my preschooler at home?
It’s easier than you think! Choose the right activities, be flexible and let them show you how it works!
#24 Microscope Imagining Staion
Set it up easily with few empty packaging that you surely have at home and some tape.
#48 Brush the Teeth – Germs Theme
#3 Alphabet Balls
#11 Number Tracing
No matter whether you can call them numbers or numerals, these DIY sandpaper numerals are super easy to make and a great way to learn counting and practice number tracing.
#34 Space – Play-Dough Planets