When the older four boys were getting ready to start school in September, boy #5 was feeling left out of the all the hype, so he started asking his brothers what grade he was going into. His brothers convinced him that he was in “pre-k,” which officially made me his pre-k teacher.
So far, our pre-k has consisted of some Wii time and a lot of running errands with mommy, but we’ve managed to incorporate a few official school activities in there too. He picked out his own pre-K folder when I took his brothers back-to-school shopping and was eager for something to put inside of it. So, I went back to a website that I stumbled upon a while ago, called DLTK’s Printable Crafts for Kids, with many free early elementary printables and activities. I like it for the alphabet coloring worksheets specifically, but there’s so much more to it than that. I’ve been keeping his folder full of fun coloring worksheets and then when I’m working on my computer, or sewing up orders, he pulls out that folder and colors to his heart’s content. And, when he runs out, I return to that website for more, the supply is seemingly endless!