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LOTS of Fun with M&Ms!

Toddlers, preschoolers, tweens, and adults can measure themselves and see which animal is the same height as them along with facts about the animal! (MATH, TOO!)

Actual Size! | ALSC Blog

Educational Games- Color Sorting Turtles

Educational Games- Color Sorting Turtles

Hexi cards--matching

Free Printable Hexi Cards -

Transportation Unit Part to Whole Picture Match- great idea (don't bother with the website- impossible to read)

ESL/EFL Preschool Teachers: Transportation Theme

Numbered Easter Eggs with pom poms for preschool

Rockabye Butterfly: Easter Egg Counting!

Peeling and placing stickers helps build fine motor skills; sorting and matching colors builds cognitive skills; tabletop tasks build postural control and stability...WOW!

The Princess and the Tot: March 2012

It's Spring!! Bird color match activity.....great for pre-k, preschool, busy bags, etc.

Hello Color! Bird Color Match

Paint Chip Pom Pom Match - color sorting activity for #children (pinned by Super Simple Songs) #educational #resources

childcareland blog: Paint Chip Pom Pom Match

Counting Clouds activity - great for learning to count and would work well with lesson on God creating the sky.

Totally Tots: Once Upon a Book ~ Welcome Spring

add Easter stickers to a blank die then have kids graph how many times they roll each picture

The Princess and the Tot: Tot Trays

Height Chart- this would be neat ot do first week of school and then do it again the last month of school to see height difference.

Beansprouts Preschool Blog: Height Chart

Button Sorting Cups - What a brilliant idea for your toddler/preschooler! Adding this to our collection of activities to promote fine-motor skills and color recognition! ≈≈

Button Sorting Cups | About Family Crafts

seven thirty three - - - a creative blog: Build A Robot Preschool Game

Fun math activity that lets kids self check their answers with a locks and keys.

Lock & Key - Math Activity - No Time For Flash Cards

independent fine motor activity

The Activity Mom: Buttons, Buttons, Buttons!

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