Pre-K learning activities include learning the alphabet, learning to count to 20, understanding the environment, and playing with colors. These activities are practiced using online software, as well as printable worksheets.
On the ABCmouse website, students play using a number of alphabet-based activities. Students pop balloons with letters of the alphabet on them. As the balloon pops, the letter is spoken aloud. Students use the online software to play online songs. These songs focus on letters of the alphabet to aid in letter memorization.
The Enchanted Learning website helps students to learn their numbers. Students learn songs that teach them the first 10 to 20 numbers. These number activities are scaffolded. The first set of songs and activities limits students to the first five to 10 numbers before allowing them to progress. Each song revolves around fun concepts, such as jumping monkeys, to keep the student’s attention.
On the Mr. Nussbaum website, students learn about the world and its environment. As the world revolves, students can label different parts of the globe, including oceans and continents. For offline activities, the Scholastic website provides a number of printable worksheets. Those that focus on artistic activities ask the student to color images, ranging from parts of the environment to animals.