Greater or Less than

Using real objects to make math more concrete - comparing numbers. This activity meets SACERS Math/Reasoning Activities subscale.

Putting letters or numbers in order... Cheap and brilliant!

Putting letters, or words in abc order or numbers in order. Cheap and brilliant! Great for skip counting, fractions, putting different three-digit numbers in order., all great ways to practice grade CCSS

Popsicle Stick Patterns Busy Bags This is a brain workout. Kids need to match the pattern on the cards with colored popsicle sticks to make it look like the card. Totally diy!

I need to do this for X's updated busy bag! Popsicle Stick Patterns Busy Bags This is a brain workout. Kids need to match the pattern on the cards with colored popsicle sticks to make it look like the card.

Printable cards to teach kids to sew!

Such a cute twist on this idea! Free Printable Sewing Cards, teach kids how to sew. Laminate then punch small holes where the marks are. Use a yarn needle so they wont stab their fingers.

Use in a center to learn color words.

Color matching popsicle stick play - how cute! I am going to also paint the color on to the stick along with the word.

I LOVE THIS FINE MOTOR/ONE TO ONE CORRESPONDENCE ACTIVITY.

Pink and Green Mama: Preschool At Home: Marbles and Golf Tee Game Fine Motor Skills

PBIS calming down idea--squishy marble maze. Gallon ziplock bag, duct tape, dish liquid, and a marble. Could always add glitter :o)   Great directions and photos.  I think this would also work as a class reward option (if I make enough).  :o)

squishy marble maze - gallon ziplock bag, duct tape, dish soap and marble - uh.well I did this but the duct tape doesn't hold up well with the dish soap. Oh well, some pins work and some don't

Start teaching them young. Very young. consent is everything.

Teaching small children about consent: it's not that hard to do - Big Comfy Couch!

Push pins along outline on corkboard  - goal: strengthen 3-fingered grasp

Fine Motor - Push pins along outline on corkboard - goal: strengthen grasp

Rainbow Salt Tray - Great for fine motor development and pre-writing skills. Practise writing numbers, alphabet letters, sight words, shapes, child's name, making patterns, drawing and so much more. Shake the tray and start again - loads of fun!! {learning4kids.net}

Rainbow Salt Tray

Rainbow Salt Tray is a fun and inviting pre-writing activity. Draw pictures, create patterns and practise writing your name with this simple to make Rainbow Salt Tray.

Hammering golf tees into styrofoam.  Real life tools.

Practice hammering and use fine motor skills. from Rockabye Butterfly: Wood Working Workshop

another great toddler sewing project: sewing buttons! by childhood101

The Further Adventures of Our Toddler Sewing Basket

another great toddler sewing project: sewing buttons!

printable lacing cards

Printable sewing cards

lacing printables would be perfect!

Color and number matching game for beginning of the year.  Helps with subitizing and number recognition.

Tuesday's Tot Trio #11

Color and number matching game for beginning of the year. Helps with subitizing and number recognition. Maybe I'll use paint chips!

16.) Build some small teepees for backyard fun for the kids.

DIY A-frame Mini Tents, I love! I need to host a kids DIY party where we make these then camp in the back yard with them!

Miss Lynch's Class: Busy bag ideas for older kids - these are great!

Miss Lynch's Class: Busy bags and crafty crate seats!

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