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Okay, I’m not sure what my problem has been this week. But the newest addition to my LDS preschool curriculum, Walk Beside Me: H is for Helaman” is finally here and ready to go! Kids just love the story of Helaman’s Army, but boys especially love it. It would be so much fun to do a family home evening activity to introduce your preschool topic for the week. Boys + cardboard + tin foil = 1 sword + 1 unforgettable FHE! (Did that make sense? Because I’m super bad at math.)
For the secular focus of the week, I’ve chosen H is for Hygiene. As recently potty trained individuals, preschool is a great time to review and master handwashing concepts! In the LDS Preschool Schedule, I’ve linked you to some great activites, including a fun action poem on washing your hands. For the sensory bin, I highly recommend a bin with water, some soap, and a towel. Kids love playing in water, and doing so right after learning about hand washing will definitely reinforce those concepts! Just keep in mind, kids can drown in a mere inch of water… so watch them. Or else! :)