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  • Carrie Archer

    Sight words- Letter recognition and fine motor skills

  • Stacy Graves

    Fine Motor Skill Activity: match the corresponding clothes pin to spell words. (letter recognition)

  • Kelsey Parker

    Spelling Pin #1.Spelling Clothes Pin Words. Pinned to be used with younger kids, it's very inexpensive and good for multiple areas. Teacher prepares a bin full of clothespins labeled with letters. Students must match the letter to their sight or spelling word labeled on the card. To work on writing, spelling, and recognition, the students could create the word cards themselves, or the teacher could create them. Also works with fine motor skills.

  • April Edgar

    Letter recognition and learning to spell game! both kids can do this.

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and tracing letters and big and small comparison -- repinned by #PediaStaff. Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Fine motor skills. Oh I am so making this for my three year old class. They can work on this after they work on writing their names. What a wonderful idea!

I made this really cool game that they LOVED doing! I used sharpies to color the clothespins and turned pipe cleaners into a loop. They then matched the correct color loop and pinned on the clothespin. Not only do they think about the colors, but use fine motor skills too! They each got one bag with a set of colors each

Students practice spelling each others names...could do this with sight words too! Could use a door, a filing cabinet, or magnetic white board!

Color Matching Activity - Pinned by PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Clothes Pin Words- great for learning letters, spelling & fine motor control.

Building Words - fun spelling activity for kindergarten { includes how to adapt it for preschool}

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Make a button number mural to work on number identification and fine motor skills.