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DIY salt tray with alphabet cards. Easy to make and kids have fun smoothing out the salt after correctly making the letter

Sand or salt trays are easy to make, and are often shown for letter practice, but can also be used to develop pre-writing skills when paired with cards for simple shapes and lines. Simply gently shake or rake to start on the next drawing.

B-Inspired Mamafrom B-Inspired Mama

A Car Parking Numbers Game

Number matching car parking - 16 Fun and Easy DIY Kid Crafts and Activities

The Imagination Treefrom The Imagination Tree

Matching Alphabet Beans Literacy Game

Matching letters!

The Imagination Treefrom The Imagination Tree

Counting and Measuring with Lego: Preschool Maths Game

Counting and Measuring with Lego: Preschool Maths Game - Good way to visually compare numbers - I would suggest making the corresponding numbers (like 5 and 15 or 8 and 18) the same color to help see the pattern relationship between the numbers (5 and 15 or 8 and 18 are separated by 10)

An Everyday Storyfrom An Everyday Story

Number and Letter Sequencing

Counting Activity Using a Geoboard from An Everyday Story Number and Letter Sequencing

Free Homeschool Deals ©from Free Homeschool Deals ©

Free Alphabet Tracing Cards

Alphabet Tracing Cards -Free Printable-

write alphabet letters on clip end of clothespins; write a word on an index card; child matches clothespin letter to letter on card & covers card w/pin until entire word is "clipped"

Hands On As We Growfrom Hands On As We Grow

Find the Letter & Swat It! Active Way for Learning Letters!

Find the Letter & Swat It! Active Way for Learning Letters! Could do this with sight words too!

Happy Hooligansfrom Happy Hooligans

Easy Homemade Matching Game - make it anywhere!

DIY matching game from Happy Hooligans (easy to make wherever you are)

Crafts for Kidsfrom Crafts for Kids

DIY Shoe-Tying Board

DIY Shoe-Tying Board. How neat is this for the kids. :-)

Live Like You Are Richfrom Live Like You Are Rich

How to Teach a Toddler Their Colors (37 Different Creative Activities!)

Love this website where the mom creates different projects in a tray for her toddler for "Tot School".

Mrs. Karles Sight and Sound Readingfrom Mrs. Karles Sight and Sound Reading

How to hold a pencil: The Alligator Trick

How to teach correct pencil grip - with the fun alligator trick! | Sight and Sound Reading