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minute to win it kids indoor games

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Over 30 Creative Sensory Bins from Growing A Jeweled Rose

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Stoplight Beanbag Toss

This site has TONS of resources for structured play, beginning literacy activities, and hand-eye coordination broken down by age. **thematic units**

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Other Ways to Say Chart

Other ways to say... - This will help you write your narratives. Don't be afraid to learn some new vocabulary! Wortschatz erweitern helfen mit einer Tafel. #grundschule #geschichten #schreiben

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Toilet Paper Roll Color Match Great for fine motor

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75 TV Free Activities For Toddlers

75 Activities For Toddlers (without tv)... nice to have a list when you are just drawing a blank.... we've done a lot of these and most of them are things we usually do but again just nice to have a list to refer to and also get new ideas!

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Top 100 children's books of all-time.

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helpful books for children dealing with behavioral/social/difficult issues

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36 Fun Summer Activities for Kids Who are Blind or Multiply Disabled

36 Fun Summer Activities for Kids Who are Blind and Multiply Disabled! During long breaks from school we're always looking for something fun (and preferably educational) for Ivan to do, but it can be very difficult to find projects or outings that are appropriate for a young child who is blind and has multiple disabilities. So we adapt the activities that we find online, ask our friends for ideas and make up some of our own. Here are some ideas for you to try with your child this summer....

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Preschool activities

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