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Game:  WHAT ELSE?
http://prek.dhs.org/lesson.php?num=32
Here is a perfect word game for preschool circle time. One student, or the teacher, will state a letter of the alphabet--try your letter of the week. The next student has to list as many words as she can think of that start with that letter, and then say "What else?" when she cannot think of any more. The next person in the circle takes up the list, and so on. The teacher might consider keeping your list on a white board, and then reviewing it with the whole class when the exercise has been completed.
 
GAMES KIDS PLAY:
http://www.gameskidsplay.net/
I just love the old-fashioned games for kids--and adults?--of any age, really. Find a compendium of all the wonderful games you remember playing outdoors as a child, along with their rules and how-to's at this site.
 
I SPY CLEAN-UP GAME:
http://www.theteacherscorner.net/resources/ispy.htm
This idea could possibly transform your cleanup time with preschoolers, turning a chore into a game, complete with reward stickers for your students.
 
PRESCHOOL GAMES:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/bobinogs/games/gamespage.shtml
If you like to get your preschool students online to practice mouse skills along with their counting and coloring, then try this site. It offers educational games on music making, cleaning, taking care of pets, dressing up, coloring, and sharing.
 
PRESCHOOL LEARNING GAMES:
http://bblocks.samhsa.gov/Children/Older/default.aspx#
Choose from music games, matching up favorite snack cards,completing a puzzle or a maze, or racing along in the Great Weather Race.

 PRESCHOOL LEARNING GAMES:
 http://www.fisher-price.com/fp.aspx?st=2601&e=gamesByAge&mcat=game_preschool&site=us
 Choose from a wide variety of skill games, specifically targeted to the preschool age and ability level. Interactive dot-to-dots, viewmaster games, memory matches, puzzles, coloring, and more are included in this generous collection of online games. (PreK)

 

WARM UPS, GAMES, & ICE BREAKERS:
http://www.teach-nology.com/teachers/lesson_plans/physical_ed/warmups/
Use these exercises for active preschoolers as games, transition activities, warm-ups, or even as ice-breakers at the beginning of the school year, helping students to become engaged and comfortable.

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