5 Fun Preschool Monthly Themes That Will Get Your Little Kids Excited About Learning

Are you a homeschool mom who is looking for some fun preschool monthly themes? If so, then you’ve come to the right place. You know, because now that we’ve homeschooled three years of preschool, we have a few favorites to share with you.

Here’s a list of our picks for fun preschool monthly themes that will get your little kids excited about learning. You’re definitely going to want to save these ideas for later! 

collage of preschool activities with text: 5 Insanely Fun Preschool Monthly Themes That Get Little Kids Excited About LearningI can’t even begin to wrap my head around the fact that we’re three or so years into our homeschooling journey. And for that matter, we’ve probably done 50+ preschool themes. Of course some we’ve loved and others not so much. 

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Obviously, we want to save you the hassle of trying to figure it all out on your own, so here’s a list of our favorite preschool monthly themes.  

coral reef craft made from cut-up straws, pipe cleaners, buttons, and play dough
We did so many awesome activities during our Ocean Commotion theme. And both the little guy and I loved exploring the deep blue sea.

This is one of those classic preschool monthly themes that you’re definitely not going to want to skip. 

galaxy art made with paint and glitter on black cardstock
Blast Off to Space was everything that we could’ve imagined and more. There was a lot of process art and if you’ve been around for a while, then you know how I feel about that. I want to do all the process art. 

It’s so important for little kids because it encourages creative thinking and problem-solving skills. 

spring sensory bin made from black beans and gardening tools with pretend flowers
Our Growing Gardens theme was definitely a favorite too. We planted a garden, did some fun sensory activities, and made flower-inspired art.

This was the perfect spring theme and its one that we can’t wait to do again with baby girl. 

dinosaur sensory bin using sand, blue gemstones, and dinosaur figurines
Dinosaur Dig was another one that the little guy was all kinds of excited about. I mean, c’mon! What preschooler doesn’t love dinosaurs?

We pretended to be paleontologists, did a fun dinosaur dig, and made dino tracks with paint. 

loose parts in muffin tins with mixing bowl and other kitchen accessories
And last, but not least, our Health & Fitness theme was tons of fun as well. We shared several really cool activities that we did including a loose parts sensory activity and roll painting process art.

This is another one of those preschool monthly themes that we would happily do all over again. 

Are you a homeschool mom who has some favorites as far as preschool monthly themes? Leave a comment and share. 

Don’t forget to stop by next week if you’re interested in seeing what we’re up to with our Bubbles, Boats & Floats theme. And if you missed this year’s preschool homeschool space post, you can check it out here.

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  1. hello mom,
    I would like to know more about how to teach in a good and easy way for children.
    Hope can get more creative in teaching.

    thank you very much.

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