When I was coming up with my preschool themes for this season I tried to think of all of my kids and what they love. However, I also wanted to try out some new things. Even though Bells isn’t really into airplanes, jets, or helicopters, I wasn’t going to let that stop me from introducing her to things that are up in the sky. My kids always love this fun theme.
You can download your free math cards at the bottom of the page.
Exploring Things That Go Up In The Sky
Great books that go with an in the sky theme:
The Complete Adventures of Curious George (George has a lot of up in the air adventures ;).
We also love these DK touch and feel cards: Things That Go.
What fun it is to explore these In The Sky Figures from Safari Ltd. All of the children enjoyed matching up the cards and learning about each item. From fighter jets to hot air balloons (that was Miss Bells favorite) there was a lot to explore.
I love these count and clip cards for so many different reasons. Of course the early math introduction is wonderful… But you also have the fine motor skills it takes to clip the cards and the concentration the children have to use to hold the card and clip it in the right spot. We also shared these sweet ladybug clip cards we used when we learned about the ladybug lifecycle.
I hope you enjoyed checking out a few ways we are exploring things up in the sky. Feel free to download your count and clip cards below, I hope your children enjoy them as much as mine do.
Free Up In the Sky Printables Download Here:
CLICK HERE: In the Sky Counting Cards
What else is Up in the sky? Birds of course 😉
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