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Play & Learn Activities for Kids age 5-7

Educational play based learning activities specially designed for kids age 5-7! If you would like to be added as a collaborator of this board please contact twinsrock@cfl.rr.com *collaborators may pin from your own blog or others blogs*

9 Free math websites that offer daily free math drills and math lessons - access from computers or mobile devices

Fun Math Practice Website for Kids - use it as a guest for free!

Such a FUN way to practice, counting & letter formations, and encourage discovery & creating! (Homemade Game: Balance the Popsicle Sticks)~ Buggy and Buddy

Awesome way to teach multiplication. Makes it a game kids beg to play!

"HEY, PICK A LETTER!" - GROUP GAME FUN! Use this easy Group Game and wonderful Song during your Circle Time! Work with LETTER RECOGNITION and INITIAL SOUNDS IN WORDS, the active way! Introduce a new letter/sound, or review ones you have already covered. A full set of colorful LETTER CARDS is provided for game play. Get out your shakers for an irresistible rhythm pattern! Simple song notes are included. Give an 'action step' to your learning! (8 pages) From Joyful Noises Express TpT! $

Over 40 Ways to Play, Learn, & Create with Cars! (The Ultimate Hot Wheels and Toy Car Activity Roundup)~ Buggy and Buddy

CVC Word Builders with Scrabble letter tiles. Great for children who are beginning to read and learn best through hands on activities. (Link to free printable).

IT Word Family Games-Activities-Worksheets {FREE}. 77 pages. A page form the unit: Who lives here writing page

Over 50 Window Art Projects for Kids (Ideas for almost every season and holiday of the year!)

A super cool science activity for kids! (Observe a chemical reaction by making a baggie explode!)~ Buggy and Buddy

Science Activity for Kids: Learn about high and low tide! (& end up with a fun ocean themed sensory bin when you're done!)~ Buggy and Buddy

Reviving the Lost Art of Storytelling with kids. Put down the books and start spinning your own tales!