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practice letters & numbers. Things you need - Gallon size Ziploc bag, glitter (optional), food coloring, hair gel (dollar store)

Squishy Bag - A tactile/multisensory approach to pre-writing and writing skills. Things you need - Gallon size Ziploc bag, glitter (optional), food coloring, hair gel (dollar store) I like this better than paint.

A freezer or zipper bag, acrylic paint and a cotton bud... The perfect tool to practise mark making and letter formation. Love it!

Fun learning idea (paint or hair gel in a bag is good for drawing and practicing letters). Great idea for clean freak moms! LOVE this! Maybe a different way to practice spelling words!

great idea for writing without pencil and paper - fill plastic ziplocs with cheap hair gel and food coloring.  tape them to a table with masking tape and have students practice letters and/or sight words by using a fingertip or q-tip to press lightly on the top of the bag.  when they have filled up their space with letters, they can smooth the gel out again and start over

Bright and colorful sensory bags for preschool

To make these really cool sensory bags, all you need is some hair gel, baggies, and food color. I purchased hair gel from the Dollar Store and used food color that comes in tubes to make the bright colors…

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Kind of turned out to be a mess of fruit loops - need a bigger piece of paper next time. Sweet little name craft; practice fine motor skills, do art and snack a little along the way!

Goo bags - recipe for goo.  I've had it suggested to use an entire bottle of dollar store hair gel, but this is probably just as inexpensive, and you can make whatever VIBRANT colours you want.

Sensory mats - "Goo bags - recipe for goo. I've had it suggested to use an entire bottle of dollar store hair gel, but this is probably just as inexpensive, and you can make whatever VIBRANT colours you want." Letter writing with fingers or Q-tips.

Pre-writing practice. This is a typical Montessori activity - the sand tray - you can also use salt (white or coloured) on the light panel.

Pre-writing Exercise - I could make it myself with a cookie tray, salt/sand/flour/whatever you have - and draw a couple things for kids to copy.

Learning shapes by jumping

10 Shape Activities for Toddlers! It's Hip to be Square!

Run to the shape called as a fun inside game. (Could do with sidewalk chalk outside as well.) Try with or letters.

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This is neat! Just use solid color spoons and clear spons, and have them match the upper and lower case letters! I bet it would work fine for numbers too!another cheap and simple idea to teach kids their letters!

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