Preschool Homeschool Hygiene and Self Care Unit

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Week 35 of our 46 week preschool homeschool curriculum from 2-3 year olds focuses on hygiene and self care.  Your little ones will learn about the importance of handwashing, gain fluency in counting to 20, and practice handwriting with our ABC coloring pages!
I like to do our circle time song at during breakfast each morning.  This week's song was a perfect fit!
We love any kind of color by code activities in this house!  After your little one is done coloring, ask them what is similar and different in this picture compared to your own bathroom.  Do you have tiles in your bathroom?  Do you have a claw foot tub?
Speaking of bathtubs, your little one will love counting and comparing amounts of bubbles with this math worksheet.
Our ABC coloring pages are a great way to practice handwriting and get your little one's creative juices flowing!  We offer photo realistic images to copy or just clip art so your little one can decide for themselves how to color it!
Hygiene and self care is not just about washing hands and brushing teeth, its about keeping a tidy house so you don't have any accidents!  Take out a laundry basket and stop watch and see how fast your little one can clean up their toys.
I'm not quite sure how Porter's fascination ducks began.  Maybe it was my Dad's decoy carvings.  Maybe it was from watching Sesame Street.  Either way, this little boy loves ducks and had lots of fun practicing counting to 20 with this rubber ducky activity.
"Lunch time Chickaletta!" Porter said as he drew 19 pieces of corn on this number review worksheet.
After playing outside, you need to wash your hands before you eat!
Trace the words and then match the toothbrushes to the child in the same colored pajamas!

Porter and I had a great time learning about how to take care of our bodies with this week's lesson.  Go to our website to learn more about our full year preschool programs or feel free to email me if you have any specific questions.  I'm here for you!

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