Fun Back to School Activities for your Preschooler

As a mom of a 5 year old and preschool teacher,  the Grasshopper Preschool Prep Kit was a welcome addition to our home.   We used the Snip, Glue, and Grow kit which includes 10 hands- on games.   The product was developed by an occupational therapist, so the activities and games focus on fine motor skills, while having fun!  These skills are often a source of frustration for the preschool age children and Grasshopper Preschool Prep Kits make developing these skills fun and interactive.  My son particularly liked the cutting activities and did very well following the directions and doing it correctly.  I am definitely going to integrate this product into my preschool classroom this fall.  Great activities, great product!  Visit  for more information about this educational company and their other Preschool Prep Kits.

From the Grasshopper Prep Kit Site:

The current recommendation states that parents need to introduce more active, goal-directed play into their children’s routine. GRASSHOPPER® Preschool Prep Kits are the answer. Children play games while achieving functional success. All GRASSHOPPER® kits are packed with exclusive materials and games to help create a smooth transition into the world
of education.

GRASSHOPPER® games are clearly laid out in full color guide books with straight-forward instructions and supporting illustrations. All of the materials fit easily into the custom GRASSHOPPER® no-spill carrying case which is designed with organized compartments, an easy snap lid, and a built in easel.

The games all have a ‘back to basics’ slant, with a clever edge so that kids feel like they are playing while they are building their foundation skills for school. Help your child get ready for school the GRASSHOPPER® way!

Disclosure:  The Grasshopper Preschool Prep Kit was provided for review.  All opinions are mine and not influenced by anyone or anything.

Courtney Lawless

Courtney is the traveling mom! She has 3 girls and is the founder of Detroit Mommies and currently lives in Florida. You can follow her on Twitter @courtneyRVL.

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