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Your preschooler will have fun learning and practicing basic skills such as counting with 1:1
correspondence, identifying time to the hour, tracing letters, identifying beginning sounds, putting
together a puzzle, identifying words in a story, finding what is different in a picture, rhyming and

Other Resources
Let me know if you've used the Peter Pan Preschool Pack
and blogged about it. I'd be happy to link up to you!
Peter Pan Pack in action!
Here are some families that have used the Peter
Pan Preschool Pack and blogged about it:

Living Life Intentionally
Don't forget to visit my blog and see all the hands-on activities to go along with our Peter Pan
Preschool Pack.
Things to Go-Along
Our kids all love Peter Pan, so this was much fun to
put together. All links for both parts of the Peter
Pan Preschool Pack are below. Our favorite
go-along book was
Peter Pan by Carol Ottolenghi.
Print off as many {or as few} of
the printables from this
preschool pack as you would
like. Just have fun with your
kids and enjoy the process

Graphics from
JD Digi Designs.