Free Setting the Scene Preschool Activity Printable
This post has a free setting the scene preschool activity printable for a center at school, homeschools, or at home. It helps the children be more aware of their surroundings and will allow them to experience success. It will help young children practice what they know about the world around them, and help them name familiar objects and people. They can orally describe or tell about the pictures they assemble.
To engage the children and make it more fun and interesting, instead of using the provided images photos of classmates or family and friends could be used.
The materials may be placed on a tray Montessori-inspired style. I recently took a class from Deb Chitwood of Living Montessori Now (who writes for this blog) about using Montessori materials at home. The course begins with a free hour session and is entitled Montesori Crash Course. This link is to the free training session. She teamed up with Jo Ebisujima from My Organized Chaos, and they co teach the class. It was so interesting as Deb lives in the USA and Jo lives in Japan. It seems anything is possible online. Please note, this printable is "Montessori inspired" only.
This is a view of the materials using milk caps as manipulatives. Alternatively, the picture circles could be printed on card stock.
This student is becoming the teacher and giving a little educational lecture to her mom!
Thank you for reading,
MS Gifted Education
MA K-12 Curriculum and Instruction