Feed the frog! Using tweezers or tongs will help your toddler or preschooler develop the fine motor skills needed for using scissors and writing! What a fun activity that uses materials you may already have at home! "Flies" can be made from pom poms or large beads or whatever you wish!
20 Plastic Egg Activities
20 Plastic Egg Activities--Don’t throw them away. In fact, you might want to grab some on clearance! They can be great for learning games, crafts, and activities! Here are 20 (non-Easter) plastic egg activities…
Felt ladybug counting and color matching game perfect for busy books
Good for number sequencing..I will be using it to practice the -teens and twenties! Write one number (11 through 20) (or 20-30etc) at the top of each of the craft sticks (same # on both the back and the front). Make a green Play-Doh "snake" (grass). Mix up the popsicle sticks, have students build a "fence" by putting the numbers in order.