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Drawing Dough Recipe (just flour, salt, water, and tempera paint) - A cross between paint and dough, this delightful concoction is fun to squeeze out into puffy, colorful designs. As it dries, the salt in the dough crystallizes, leaving behind a glittering abstraction that, like a Rorschach inkblot, is open to interpretation.
Writing Station Activities for Young Learners-Students will write down sight words from their word wall for their grade level, Kindergarten or First Grade to complete this activity.
Q-tip Painting to practice writing letters...and numbers. I'd photocopy the Handwriting Without Tears book and their alphabet if that's the writing program used in your school district or whatever program they use if they use one in yours so you can directly connect the two to administration.
Doorway bean bag toss- made my own version of this using all felt and with monsters where the bean bags go through their mouths. Anyway, my boys really like it and get excited to play when I pull it out. And it was really easy to make. The hardest part was cutting all the felt. I finished it in a couple of days. And I glued it all- no sewing!
prek Writing Ideas How To’s – brush teeth, do laundry, bake cookies People and Pets - Mama, Papa, grandparents, cats Events – parties, trip to library, holidays Their World – rain, home, school, grocery store Likes – food, clothes, places, television shows Feelings – sad, happy, angry Learning – topics of interest such as planets, wild animals, weather, numbers