Exciting Woodland Animals Lesson Plan Ideas for Toddler and Preschoolers with 3 Main Activities

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For week 4 of January, I’m thinking of doing Woodland Animals lesson plan that would also include mitten activities.

If you’re reading the book The Mitten by Jan Brett, you’d love this lesson plan.

Click the image below to download your week 4 of January lesson plan with Woodland Animals theme.

january woodland animals lesson plan

We love routine.

This means the kids know what activity to expect for the day.

Every day would include activities for:

  • ABC letters
  • Fine motor activities
  • Numbers and counting

#1: Letter Activities for Woodland Animals Lesson Plan

For this week, we will be doing letter craft activities.

woodland animals lesson plan january letter craft

This week, we will do B for Bear, F for Fox, M for Mitten and R for Rabbit letter craft activities.

Just print the printables and assemble the animals while discussing them with your kids.

Download the free woodland animals craft here.

#2: Fine Motor Skills

I’ve also included some Woodland Animals themed printable activity suggestions, such as shadow matching and tracing lines.

Your kids would also love the mitten-themed activities for the AB pattern cut and paste printables.

woodland animals lesson plan fine motor
Fine motor activities and dot printable pages

There are also some dot activity pages. You can color in the dots or dot using the dot markers or dot stickers.

#3: Numbers and Counting

Finally, numbers and counting activity.

This week, we are doing number puzzles for number orders and some color by numbers for numbers 1 to 5.

I’ve also included some counting activities with Polar Bear theme (hope it’s fine with Woodland Animals theme)

Exciting Woodland Animals Lesson Plan Ideas for Toddler and Preschoolers with 3 Main Activities 1

Counting activities would be so much fun this week.

Let’s recap our daily activities for the week.

woodland animals lesson plan
Each day we will do letter activities, fine motor skills, and counting to 10.

It’s simple and plain fun.

Let your kids take their time while doing the craft and many of the fun activities.

Ready for fun Woodland Animals week?

Download Your Free Woodland Animals Lesson Plan

Be sure to download the free Woodland Animals lesson plan here.

I’ve also included links to free and paid printable packets in the lesson plan.

woodland animals lesson plan

Hope this helps your week.

Have fun.

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