This week’s topic in our Tot School A to Z series is a tasty one! I for ice cream!
We’ve done the planning for you and gathered play and learning activities from other blogs to bring you a week of Tot School fun!
These activities cover a wide range of skills. Your little one will gain cognitive, motor, language and sensory exploration skills through a variety of materials and experiences. The play activities are more child-directed and require less set up and direction. The learning activities use a little more adult guidance and could be more appropriate for the preschool age child.
PLAY ACTIVITIES WITH ICE CREAM
Sunday: Homemade Chocolate Ice Cream Play Dough| Kids Activities Blog
Monday: Invitation to Play Ice Cream Parlor| Playground Parkbench
Tuesday: Ice Cream Sundae Felt Busy Box| Teach Me Mommy
Wednesday: Ice Cream Tuff Spot| Adventures of Adam
Thursday: Ice Cream Fine Motor Play| Best Toys for Toddlers
Friday: Ice Cream Scoop and Balance Game| Play and Learn Everyday
Saturday: The Great Ice Cream Cone Race Gross Motor Game | Capri Plus 3
LEARNING ACTIVITIES WITH ICE CREAM
Sunday: Ice Cream and Sprinkles Alphabet Writing Practice| Modern Preschool
Monday: Ice Cream Do-a-Dot Counting Activity| Tot Schooling
Tuesday: Ice Cream Math Playdate | The Educators’ Spin On It
Wednesday: Ice Cream Cone Pattern Printable| Life Over C’s
Thursday: Ice Cream Math Game| Housing a Forest
Friday: Ice Cream Counting Mats| The Kindergarten Connection
Saturday: Ice Cream I Spy Printables| Gift of Curiosity
There are so many great ideas for ice cream, we had to include a couple extra. And of course it wouldn’t be an ice cream theme without an ice cream snack to include in your week.
Extra Activities to Try:
Ice Cream Printable Pack| Look We’re Learning
Ice Cream Cupcakes| Red Ted Art
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Amy is a former teacher turned stay-at-home mom and writer. She loves sharing what she knows about family, play and early learning. When she’s not at her computer you can find her spending family time, organizing or decorating her home, reading a good self-help book or pretending she knows how to cook but she usually leaves that to her awesome husband!