Circus Sorting
Subjects: Preschool

Today’s Activities


Circus Sorting

Print both pages out and have your learner cut out the shapes on the first page. Then use the second page to sort between animals and people. Don’t have access to print? That’s okay, have your learner draw pictures and then make two piles of animals and people.


Amazing Acrobats

Use masking tape on the carpet, or sidewalk chalk outside to create a “tightrope”. Take turns with your learner to balance on the tightrope. Walk forward, backward, balance on one leg, hop, etc. Have fun coming up with lots of ways you can walk the tightrope

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