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Use paint sticks and velcro to make an activity of putting things in order; could also use for an individual schedule for kids with autism-- very portable!

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!


Do I hear 1,000?

Magnet chore chart. Had I thought of this, i'd have done it when my lil' boy was this age. its interactive, luv it

SellfishCatfrom SellfishCat

Mystery Balloon Sensory Game

{Sensory Guessing Game} Stuff balloons with a variety of fillings and have kids use their senses to guess what's in each one! Great for kids of all ages


Making Shapes Activity

Pair students quickly with this fun matching activity. For younger students, this activity is a great way to help students learn about puzzles and shapes!

the rigneysfrom the rigneys

toddler “busy bag” swap!

Kid Activities

The slips of numbers with blanks throughout are a great way for students to learn the sequence of numbers. The slips can either be laminated to where dry erase markers would work, or the magnetic numbers also would work. This could be an activity to integrate sequencing in math.


Science Sparks

science activities for preschoolers

This Reading Mamafrom This Reading Mama

Sight Words: When They Just Don't Stick

things to try when sight words don't ....this is a fabulous read!!! :)