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Toss and Answer Muffin Tins: Just put some words in a muffin tin and have the child toss a ball or bean bag into the tray, and then read that word. Could do this with artic. growingbookbybook...

Use blue painter's tape to make a maze on the floor. Kick a bean bag through the maze to work on eye-foot coordination.

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Dice Games for Preschoolers

These math dice games for preschoolers are so much fun...some even get them up and moving around! :)

Fun Games with Bean Bags-inspired me for a new game. Kids have to answer questions correctly. How ever many they get right is how many times they get to toss the beanbag towards the "goal". Use for review at the end of the class for review

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Stoplight Beanbag Toss

bean bag toss -transportation unit: traffic light

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Vocabulary

Vocabulary Center Activity. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

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Game for sight words. Canister is filled with cups and each cup has a sight word on it. When a sight word is read correctly, they can start building a tower. If they get a word wrong or knock over the tower or the tower falls, they have to start over.

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Kinetic Sight Word Activity... With a Beach Ball

Sight Word Activity on a Beach Ball.

I saw one of our kindergarten teachers playing this game, and had to find a way to use it in my class. They LOVE it! We used it to review our spelling words. I choose one King or Queen at a time to come sit in the royal throne. They put on a crown with a little pocket in the front. I put one word in the pocket, so they can't see it. The class spelled the word, and the King/Queen had to guess what the word was. In Kindergarten they did it with sounds. The class said the sounds in a word, and…