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I’m trying to not think about the fact that Piper likely won’t return to her pre-k class and school she’s been at for 3 years. And that I’ll be the one preparing her to enter public school Kindergarten in the fall. To say I’m a little overwhelmed is an understatement. Between researching for hours online, consulting with my mom and sister who are experienced early childhood educators and ordering supplies off of Amazon I’m feeling a little more confident every day. Today I thought I’d share some products we are liking or are on my list to get to use with Piper!

You can access all of the items in my Amazon shop here!

We love Peaceable Kingdom games and I was excited to see this Alphabet Go Fish game, it’s on the way to us! Anything to make learning fun!
There are a ton of magnetic tracing boards on Amazon, I like this one because it’s double sided and has numbers, too!
I wish I stumbled upon these soft alphabet cards last year when Piper was starting to learn her letters, I feel like they would be great for 3 -4 year olds. I may need to get them for Flora!
We use our alphabet puzzle NON-STOP for different activities, this set is a great deal and I love that it comes with lower case letters and numbers, too.
We’ve had these magnetic letters for a year, we don’t keep them on the fridge but instead for different projects & activities.
Do these look familiar to anyone else?! I’m going to get these counting cubes this summer when I start working on numbers and math more with Piper.
Another throw back from childhood! I ordered this Bob book set for Piper.
We have the pink version of this book (both linked here) and Piper has been excelling with it! She made a ‘desk’ in her closet and works on it in there.
This cute popsicle set is on my wish list!! We are just starting to work on lower-case letters and I think this would make it fun for Piper! I may have to DIY a version!
We don’t really use flash cards butI I ordered these to start playing games and teaching Piper her sight words.
I also ordered this workbook for Piper to practice her pre-writing skills and work on lines and shapes.

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