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Easy abstract painting that anyone can do! Just blob the paint on the canvas in random spots and blend! (would be interesting how students could make different pictures w/ the same colors and same blob positions)

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Sensory Processing Resources! WOW! What a great place to start when looking for resources about Sensory Processing Disorder!

Painting the snow is such a fun way to play and create!  Here are two simple ways to make your own squirty snow paint.

40 Weather Crafts from Rainbows, to clouds, to sunshine and wind. Once you have talked with your students about different weather patterns you can let them be crafty and create what they have just learned about to take home to their parents or to display in the classroom.

Sorting Cars - Sort the car photos by type, and then by color. There are 35 laminated photos for this activity (5 of the most favorite models, each in 7 colors). Pinner has done this before with just 2 models, but added 3 more for this week. This is one of their favorite activities, for obvious reasons.

Fun and colorful science experiments kids will love!

car wash: I like the 3 trays for shaving cream, water, and towels to make it a sequenced process

Life size Pac Man idea! Other really cool ideas are in this post as well. This would be great for the end of the year!

This is a must for an preschool child who loves the creepy crawlies and the not so creepy crawlies found in the garden. These are simply delightful and so easy to make

I love this idea. We have seen the car wash with water but what about one on days that it is to cold or you just don't want the kids wet. This site goes through the steps to do this. They even made a small one for inside. FUN!!