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If you’re a teacher who is passionate about playful, developmentally appropriate learning, you likely spend a lot of time hunting down engaging resources. This Scope and Sequence for Pre-K Lesson Plans provides week-by-week guidance and resources so that your kids’ learning will soar, and you will get your valuable time back. It is EXCLUSIVELY available to all our Print and Play Club members! When you join us in the club, you’ll be granted instant access to this scope and sequence and SO much more!
*For this amazing resource, request your invite and be the first to hear when the doors open again for our “All-Access” Print and Play Club!
Scope and Sequence for Pre-K Lesson Plans
If lesson planning feels like a chore then keep reading! While necessary, lesson planning can sometimes be so time-consuming. This scope and sequence was created specifically for Pre-K teachers and is designed to support you with your lesson planning all year long. Plus, it’s flexible to meet the needs of both you and your students!
This resource is not a scripted lesson plan. Rather it lays out week-by-week goals to help your Pre-K students make consistent progress throughout the year.
We made this scope and sequence easy to follow by breaking it down into monthly packs. Each month contains weekly overviews and lesson plans that are filled with easy prep activities so that you can decide what works best for your students.
With this scope and sequence, you will feel confident knowing that your lesson plans are engaging, easy to set up, and simple to introduce to students!
The subjects/areas of focus are:
- English Language Arts
- Social Emotional Learning
- Science/Social Studies
- Art and Sensory
- Fine and Gross Motor Skills/Music and Movement
We even included some helpful tips to support you as you build classroom routines. However, the main goal is to provide support with your Circle Time, mini-lessons, centers, resources, and more.
How Do I Get My Copy?
We created this incredible resource specifically for All-Access members of our Print and Play Club! The Print and Play Club is an exclusive, members-only group within The Kindergarten Connection.
“All-Access” membership to the Print and Play Club includes this Scope and Sequence for Pre-K Lesson Plans PLUS:
- Access to all past, present, AND future resources (including everything in The Kindergarten Connection TpT shop!)
- Lesson Lab videos (press play and let us teach for you!)
- The PLAYlist – 3 new songs each month (often with corresponding activities) to sing with your students and make learning more interactive
- A Digital Vault of games (including Google Slides and Seesaw)
- Resource Request (make a request for a resource YOU would like to see in the club)
- Professional Development (training right at your fingertips!)
- Exclusive emails with bonus material (including a monthly planning guide!)
- First dibs and discounts on courses
- A private Facebook group with Live Teacher Chats where we share tips, tricks, trainings, and answer all of your questions
- Plus, new exclusive offerings being added all the time!
If you’re ready for “all access” to the amazing activities and resources that the Print and Play Club has to offer then be sure to click the red button at the end of the post to get on the waitlist now and be notified when the doors open.
Open enrollment only happens ONCE A YEAR. You definitely don’t want to miss the opportunity to join your fellow Pre-K & Kindergarten teachers in the Print and Play Club!
Are you ready to have unlimited access to hundreds of amazing activities and resources?
Then be sure you request your invite so that you can be the first to hear when the doors open again for our Print and Play Club!
Request your invitation below for more info!
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