Preschool Activity for Color Matching and Fine Motor Skills -
Simple preschool color matching activity that will also work on fine motor skills -- pushing colored popsicle sticks into an old coffee can!
46 DIY Christmas Crafts Ornaments Easy to Make with Kids - Page 11 of 46 - Kornelia Beauty
Holiday decorations & crafts; driftwood Christmas trees; xmas crafts for kids; christmas ornaments for kids to make; Simple Christmas craft; Homemade popsicle snowflake ornaments.
So, I am having a baby, soon, apparently. I know Reese will be one of the best gifts I can give Lily, BUT it's inevitable that Lily is going to resent Reese and want her to go away (I am sure at 3 am, I will have similar feelings?). It is also inevitable that I will be overcome with Mom guilt at not playing with Lily or giving her attention. I feel better and more in control when I feel like there is sort of a plan, plus preferably SOMETHING hoarded. Preferably lots of somethings. I have…
Missing Number on Number Line Clip Sticks
This Missing Number on Number Line clip stick project makes fun number line activities for preschool number games for children.
Je neemt een stukje karton en waspelden. Hierop verdeel je verschillende kleuren. Dit doe je om kinderen kennis te laten maken met de verschillende kleuren.
Pin the Tail on the Bunny | Easter Games for Kids | From ABCs to ACTs
Pin the Tail on the Bunny. Cut the colorful Easter bunny after printing out. Add the rough side of our Velcro to the bottom of each cute bunny. Ask you kid to add the pom poms for each bunny to make the tail. Make sure that the pom poms have the same colo
Apple Tree Counting Activity with Clothespins
This apple tree counting activity uses clothespins for added fine motor practice. Children will practice counting, 1:1 correspondence and subitizing.
Le busy bag Montessori
Le busy bag Montessori “Busy bag” significa letteralmente “La borsa dell'impegno”. Potremmo però chiamarla “La borsa per tenersi occupati”, o “La...
PORTA PENNE FELTROSI
Care creative, oggi vi propongo questi semplicissimi portapenne, realizzati con tubolari di cartone, pannolenci e palline di feltro. Basta incollare il pannolenci con del vinavil, applicare un fiore fustellato e, in pochi gesti, si impreziosisce un oggetto di poco conto. Il pannolenci e le palline di feltro le trovate in vendita QUI. A presto con un'altra idea riciclosa. Maestra Valentina