Springtime is birthday time.
2 in March, 1 in April, 1 in May.
We try to make each child feel special on her or his birthday. They get to choose the décor, meal, cake or sweets, and a fun activity.
My middle daughter had an ocean theme for her birthday dinner. She requested Kalbi, rice, and stir fried vegetable. My little island girl!
She turned seven years old! wow
My birthday was next. I am 37. She loves it that we both have sevens.
So we did birthday printables for fun and watched The Wizard of Oz.
I had the girls write a biography page about me. Adorable! And they know me so well.
I love how my youngest daughter “decorated” my dress.
My son is obsessed with graphing. He rolls that little paper die and marks off the colors of cupcakes on the dry erase board. He loves it.
He giggled so much when we played this hide the cake game! I made him close his eyes and hid a little paper cake under a number and then I told him the cake was “under number 2” or “under a green number” and he did perfectly! Then we just played a guessing game, which was not near as entertaining. He loved the hiding and closing his eyes.
She just loves patterns. She asked me to find her some more and harder ones. I think she can just cut these all up and make her own.
Want to have a fun birthday unit of your own?
Birthday Resources and Printables
- Birthday Preschool Pack
- Happy Birthday Printables
- Birthday Fun!
- Preschool Birthday Party and Birthday Bash links
- Birthday Tot School 3 Part Cards
- Birthday Tot Trays
- Cupcake Unit
- Amanda Bennet Birthday Unit
- Famous Birthday Lessons and Unit Studies
- Birthdays of Famous People
- Birthday Unit
- Birthday Themes
- Preschool Birthday