Sara Damrow
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Love these quick (and funny!) talks to inspire leadership and teach character with my high school students! Perfect to fill an extra 15 minutes or all together as a mini character-building unit.

Love these quick (and funny!) talks to inspire leadership and teach character with my high school students! Perfect to fill an extra 15 minutes or all together as a mini character-building unit.

How to make colored pasta - This dyed pasta is so AWESOME for kids crafts! It's also a great sensory activity that can be used to teach sorting, counting, and patterns. So fun!!

How to make colored pasta - This dyed pasta is so AWESOME for kids crafts! It's also a great sensory activity that can be used to teach sorting, counting, and patterns. So fun!

Spider's Web Discovery Basket. This is a great idea for fine motor, gross motor and thinking skills. You can make easy or more difficult to suit the skill level of your little one. Always supervise. Enjoy!

{{will do this with my daycare babies sometime soon-ish}}Spider's Web discovery basket. A Super Fun sensory activity which also builds dexterity and problem solving skills. LOVE this idea!

Pudding Finger Paint is a fun and safe way for children to make a colorful (and tasty) painting. I love hands-on activities for kids that let children explore and use their creativity.

Pudding Finger Paint (or yogurt) is a fun and safe way for children to make a colorful (and tasty) painting. I love hands-on activities for kids that let children explore and use their creativity.

STICKER SHAPES: A quick and easy fine motor skills activity that toddlers will love! This easy small motors activity is perfect for toddlers; a quick and easy preschool math activity; shapes activity; easy indoor activity from Busy Toddler

STICKER SHAPES: A quick and easy fine motor skills activity that toddlers will love! This easy small motors activity is perfect for toddlers; a quick and easy preschool math activity; easy indoor activity from Busy Toddler

Egg Towers!  Fine Motor Balancing Game

My preschoolers have always loved playing with plastic Easter eggs! It’s fun to put little things inside them, and then open and close the eggs. We’ve also used them to make play dough dinosaur eggs and minions. Here’s a simple egg stacking game that p