“All About Me” is a popular September preschool theme and I decided to go with it as well because I love all that can be discussed within this topic! I threw in Grandparent’s Day because I thought it was perfect to go with this theme since we’ll be talking about families, and I also added a Mexican Independence Day project because a) one more thing to celebrate, b) I’ll be adding in Spanish printables/books/flashcards every month since I want my boys to be bilingual!
Check out my post for free preschool planning printables as well as our entire 12 months of themes.
In my printables you’ll find a sheet that has 12 developmental focus areas. After planning our monthly theme and activities, I went through the focus areas to make sure I covered each one at least once. That’s why you’ll see random things like “help Mommy clean…” that may not seem to necessarily tie in with our theme but housekeeping is a developmental focus so I added it in there.
Theme: “All About Me” – my five senses, my body, my family, all about me
Things to explore: healthy food, appropriate touch (normally this would be a place to visit or a field trip, the science museum would be a good place to visit for this theme).
Celebrate: Grandparent’s Day, Mexican Independence Day
Numbers: 1, 2
Letters: G (grandparents), X (x-ray)
Tuesday – Library, help Mommy dust the house (discuss the importance of taking care of our home)
Wednesday – My 5 Senses craft
Friday – Grandparents Day Craft
Monday – My Body Can Do Many Things printable
Tuesday – Read the book “Too Much Junk Food”
Wednesday – Mexican Independence Day craft
Thursday – Help prepare a healthy recipe for dinner (discuss foods that make our bodies strong)
Friday – Letter “X” x-ray craft
Monday – Our home craft
Tuesday – Build our house using Legos or wooden blocks
Wednesday – Family tree craft
Thursday – Spanish family flash cards
Friday – Q-tip painting, letters G and X
Monday – All About Me booklet craft
Thursday – dramatic play: play house