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Preschool Crafts

Ghost Bead Count and Lace ... for math and fine motor.

childcareland blog: Ghost Bead Count and Lace

Marshmallow mummies - our marshmallow skull inspired these awesome creations, love it!

Toddler Approved!: Silly Halloween Marshmallow Designs

Red Leaf Yellow Leaf – Fall Yarn Tree

Red Leaf Yellow Leaf – Yarn Tree | 3 Dinosaurs

Pumpkin ABC's: children pull a letter from the pumpkin and mark it off their recording sheet. I'd have them write it instead.

Little Miss Glamour Goes To Kindergarten: ABC recognition.

An apple investigation Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: Apples, Apples, Apples

Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: Apples, Apples, Apples

simple monster bean bag toss. This would be adorable for a kids Halloween party!

A Monster First Birthday Party

Pumpkin Seed Pumpkin Fall Craft

250 Easy, Fun Ways to Get Crafty With Your Kids!

Gluten-Free Playdough - Lexie's Kitchen | Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Egg-Free - Lexie's Kitchen

Gluten-Free Play Dough--- a good reminder that allergens typically associated with foods can be found in inedible products too!

Gluten-Free Play Dough

A hands-on exploration of seeds. Good trays I like how this is set up with the white paper and the magnifying glasses and the items above for the children to bring down into a space to observe clear of obstructions.

Exploring the seeds of fall in preschool

Poke a pumpkin. Filled with tricks AND treats :) we should do this for Fall Fest next year! or we could do it for Christmas in sunday school. make it like ornaments on a tree

Project Denneler: Poke-A-Pumpkin

Cute craft

Repiny - Most inspiring pictures and photos!

Letter hunt with do-a-dot markers

Our Crafts ~N~ Things » Letter of the Week

Pink and Green Mama: Preschool At Home: Apple Themed Sensory Box

Kids Home Made Arts and Crafts by Pink and Geen Mama

Race to 10 - an easy math game your kidlets will love. Love, Laughter and Learning in Prep!

Love, Laughter and Learning in Prep!: February 2014

Fun way to help kids learn letter names. Have them read the letters that stick to their roller.

More Therapy Ideas of the Week: Stick & Say Alphabet Game