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    Letter and Number Practice

    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.

    Scribble Doodle and Draw: use paint baggies to practice printing letters, sight words, spelling words, etc.. so many ways!

    Sensory bags. Shaving cream with food colouring and mix

    Fun with Sensory Bags

    Rainbow Salt Tray | learning4kids Why would you need crayons, textas, pencils and paper to draw when you can have more fun with a Rainbow Salt Tray! Draw pictures, create patterns and practise writing your name with this simple to make Rainbow Salt Tray.

    Tools for writing: building an interest in writing and developing pre-writing skills can happen naturally as children are given a variety of tools and opportunities to explore the writing process…

    40 Fun Sensory Bags

    Shoe tying practice- I need to make this!

    Finger Twister Game - $4.99 // I bet you could easily make this for a simple party favor. Or for tables for guest to play with while waiting for food.

    different ways to practice letter formation

    DIY gel board & dry-erase board (one on each side). Good for practicing writing, drawing, and calming

    looks like fun!

    75 FUN Ways to Practice Spelling - writing & fine motor, gross motor, oral, games & online fun! Make learning spelling fun, meaningful and memorable for children & students

    Cars + markers. I know a few children who would love this ... and it'd get them mark making at the same time!

    Easy way to practice numbers and letters

    BUSY BAG IDEAS.

    Paint Bag Writing: Add some paint to a plastic bag, seal it up & spend the afternoon with your kids drawing designs through the paint. Best part? No mess!

    It's only just begun...: Busy Bag Swap for Toddlers

    backless bird house with suction cups for the window= you get to see the baby birds hatch!

    Sensory bag ideas - add foam board to the back and cute duct tape around edges to make it more stable.