From A to Z
for my boys
If I had the time, or the patience...
38 books to read out loud with your kids
Categories, a fav of "Let's Talk Speech-Language Pathology" from "Adventures in Tutoring & Special Education". great introductory activity for categories, and I think it would work well for some of the younger children (preschool-K or 1st). Download the activity for free! Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.
Rolling Pin Art...this looks like too much fun. # Pinterest++ for iPad #
old book pages and bright color - I love how this looks # Pinterest++ for iPad #
DIY washing machine for kids! SO clever! :-)
ice eggs - Freeze balloons filled with water and small toys. Cut balloon off and play with eggs outside. Provide spoons for cracking ice and digging treasures out.
DIY baby swing- way cuter than the plastic ones Ooooo!
Light panel - great for experimenting with colours and light. I WANT ONE lol
Quiet time boxes- one for each day of the week! SMART. Perfect for when cooking dinner.
I can Teach my child (icanteachmychld.com). I can't wait to go over this website with a fine tooth comb. There are tons of activities listed. Too many to try to go through all in one sitting.
Oooh! I have all the stuff on hand to make something like this, too! Put velcro dots on the ends of popsicle sticks. Kids can make letters or shapes over and over again.
This is so, so cool! Think of all the map possibilities!