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A busy bag round-up. The biggest collection of busy bag ideas I have seen!

toddler busy bags...you could make these with more. "Natural" type toys (ie a wood hammer, wood magnets instead of plastic and baggu reusable bags)

My Delicious Ambiguity: Toddler Busy Bag Month number magnets with fishing rods

Sensory bottles!  They used Voss water bottles. Not sure where to find them but any water bottle will work. use mineral oil for a way to slow down the materials in the bottle. I usually do 2/3 water to 1/3 oil.  Can also do just rice and small objects for I-Spy bottles.

water sensory bottles: water and beaded necklace; water and foam letters; water and glitter; water and plastic beads; water and nature elements like rocks and fake leaves; water and curled ribbon

Buchstaben und Klammern.

Make alphabet clothespins for letter recognition and spelling for preschoolers and kidergarteners;

DIY Quiet Blocks With Pool Noodles - outdoor classroom. This is way cool.  Pool noodles aren't too expensive are they???

DIY Quiet Blocks

Sort & Count Bottles

Instead of numbers write the color word on the bottles. Sort pom-poms by color. Empty each bottle and count the pom-poms. Then record how many pom-poms were in each bottle. Add the two colors together for addition practice.

Simple water play with balls for babies and toddlers.  Sometimes the most simple ideas are the best!

And if you don't have all those balls, you can fill this pool with anything that will float and is not a hazard to baby. :) But the balls are nice. :: Simple Water Play with Balls Great for babies, toddlers, preschoolers and beyond!

great paper organizing idea. -  Des boites à archives pour ranger du papier

IKEA Paper Organizer - Craft Room - DIY Paper Sorter from stacked IKEA Magazine files. Just tape together with packing tape.

What an awesome idea! I'm def. doing these :)

10 Awesome Fort Ideas To Build With Your Kids

activités motrices

18 Fine Motor Activities for Preschoolers