How Children Learn their Names in 3 Important Stages
There are 3 clear stages that children go through as they are learning their names in preschool-- recognize, spell and write them.
Initial Sound Snowman Printable
My students were always SO much more engaged in their learning why I was able to tie the material into themes or various things that they were interested in. During the winter months this Initial
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Lacing toy Montessori toy Sensory toy Montessori baby toys Felt toys Motor skills Sewing toy Montessori toddler Toddler activities
Lacing toy. Montessori toy. Button felt. Handmade. Lacing toy is great for fine motor development and hand coordination. Lacing toy are a great and fun way to practice little fingers. Kids love to play with it, as they try to “sew” the button. This set includes 6 buttons, sewing needle and thread. SIZE: Diametr of the buttons: 3 inches/7,6 cm, sewing needle: 2,6 inches/6,7 cm. MATERIAL: Soft felt CLEANING: Dry cleaning or wash in hands neatly and gently in warm water.
Mega Blok Pompom Sorting - HAPPY TODDLER PLAYTIME
This is a super easy to set up colour sorting and fine motor skill activity using pompoms and Mega Bloks. Great for toddlers!!
#Flannel Friday: Pete the Cat
Pete the Cat is a great character and I'm so glad I included a Pete the Cat themed storytime in my fall schedule. I did a couple of things to extend the stories via the flannel board. The first was a felt version of Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes. I got the patterns for Pete, the shoes, strawberries, oranges, lemons, grapes, mud, water (not pictured), and blueberries from Make Learning Fun. I decided I wanted a few more colors so I used clipart from Microsoft Office to make a watermelon…