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Ziploc bags with tempera paint. We practiced color mixing, fine motor skills, sensory exploration, and letter writing. It felt like getting messy... without the mess!

Capital and lower case letter practice - going to turn this into: 1) a file folder game 2) a clothespin matching game for pinch, strengthening, etc (I like the folder game Idea.)

Here is a letter matching activity we did in the classroom last week in my 3 year-old classes. It was great for letter recognition and matching. Can also use numbers...

This would be a fun idea for kids! Chopsticks or tweezers for fine motor skills, used to pick up and drop pom-poms into color matched toilet paper rolls.

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Simple counting activity for children

Here is a simple counting activity for children, especially preschoolers. Simple to set up it can suit individual needs and develops fine motor skills.