Color Matching Tot Tray #tottrays
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A new center?? .....The Preschool Experiment: Blueberries for Sal - bear color matching
The Preschool Experiment: Blueberries for Sal - bear color matching
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Color Matching Tot Tray Could use a timer for more interest!
The Preschool Experiment: Blueberries for Sal
Blueberries for Sal - bear color matching
Counting Bears Color Matching Activity
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The Preschool Experiment: Bear sort
Lego matching activity
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Lego matching and counting activity ~ A fun way to learn patterns & matching
Lego matching activity Making patterns with Legos as a math center
LEGO pattern. following pictures/directions. excellent.
Lego matching activity @montessori @colors
LEGO pattern matching with Duplo blocks
Lego/Duplo matching activity
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Color and shape match game!
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Color and shape match game ~ look closely... thrifty tip: use a cereal box (or similar) to make the board
Color and shape match game.
.Love this simple activity to teach color, matching and fine motor. could have other applications as well, such as letter and number recognition.
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Color Matching- painted clothespins & colored paper glued to a cardboard circle. Laminate for strength.
color wheel to use with colored clothes pins
color identification and fine motor
Color Wheel with Color Clothespins
Great idea for color recognition
Toddler color matching wheel
color wheel and clothes pins
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Color Matching Board. Cut out rectangles from different colored cardstock. Then cut a circle from the middle. Have them match the colors.
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Color Matching Board for visual discrimination and color recognition. (my note - I love this one for visually impaired. Limiting to 4-6 per page, but the idea is great!)
Color Matching Board for visual discrimination and color recognition. A great tool for kids with some vision. Depending on the diagnosis, you could cut out each card to place on a contrasting color background, etc.
Color Matching Board for visual discrimination and color recognition- label with color words
Color Matching Board for visual discrimination and color recognition.
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Color Matching Board -- color recognition.
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Help your kids learn shapes: Play shape matching using objects from around the house. #ece #preschool
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Help your kids learn shapes: Play shape matching using objects from around the house. Rylie knows her shapes but this would be fun.
Help kids learn shapes: Play shape matching, sorting, or graphing games; by using objects from around the house.
Help your kids learn shapes: Play shape matching using objects from around the house. Could do this with anything, colors, numbers, letters...etc
Help kids learn shapes: Play shape matching using objects from around the house. #ece #preschool
Help your kids learn shapes: Play shape matching using objects
Color matching and fine motor development
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I made one of these for my classroom, but it is only 4 colors - each side has its own color. Think I will make this for the next step up! clothespin color match
clothespin color match ADD words to clothes pins or do spanish and english color match!
Color matching and fine motor development- Love this idea for all my extra clothespins
clothespin color match...I can do this with any spanish vocab on the clothespin
We do this with Cade! Very good for Fine Motor Skills - and color matching
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Fine Motor Skills--Smaller Color Progression Box HomeMade
colour match game also good for fine motor skills - pegs
Clothespin Color Matching Game
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Use paint chips to make this color-matching game. | 31 Clever And Inexpensive Ideas For Teaching Your Child At Home
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Use paint chips to make this color-matching game. You could also clip the numeral '1' to the written 'one' etc
Color Matching Activity For The Kids - Swing by your local home improvement store and pick up some paint swatches. Cut them into strips and glue some pieces onto clothespins. Easy and CHEAP!
Little Crunchy Mama: Getting Crafty pick up some paint swatches. Cut them into strips and glue some pieces onto clothespins other ideas too, including gluing a picture onto popsicle sticks, letting dry, cutting for an on-the-go puzzle
Color swatch activity. Paint swatches and clothespins.glue some of the swatch onto each
Little Crunchy Mama: Getting Crafty. Color-matching with paint swatches and clothespins
Child's color matching game with paint swatches and clothes pins
Use paint chips to make this color-matching game.
Okay, so I have been on an insane craft kick today. And I'm blaming it all on Pinterest. I have become slightly addicted to Pinterest lately and have gotten a lot of ideas and inspiration for kid's activities from the other pinners. Top that off with a trip to Michael's this morning to stock up on craft supplies and we have craft addiction. Sometimes I think I enjoy having a toddler more than my son enjoys being a toddler... So, here's a sampling: A puzzle made with popsicle sticks and a recycled holiday card: Simply glue a photo onto some popsicle sticks, wait for it to dry, then use a craft knife or razor blade to cut. Homemade bath crayons: Buy some glycerin soap at a craft store. Melt it in the microwave, add food coloring, and pour into a mold. I used an ice cube tray. You can also add essential oils if you go for scents, though I find that a bit unnecessary for bath crayons. Takes about an hour to cool completely, then pop out of the mold and you have crayons! Color activity: Swing by your local home improvement store and pick up some paint swatches. Cut them into strips and glue some pieces onto clothespins. Easy and CHEAP! And a pom-poms in a bucket activity: So easy: use an old plastic container (mine is a yogurt container). Cut holes in the top that are just smaller than the pom-poms. Your little one will get lots of fine-motor-skills practice pushing the pom-poms through the holes! And the Eskimo literally had a meltdown when I took this away from him for nap time. What's that? You want to do all of these too? By all means! HAVE FUN!! Also, if you're not already on Pinterest, you should be. :)
Laundry Theme / Alphabet Match
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Laundry Theme ABC Tot Trays. Thinking it would be cute to hang them on a clothes line so kids could work on fine motor skills too!
The Preschool Experiment: Tot Trays: Laundry Theme Love expanding this to other items to match up with dot to # and letters
The Preschool Experiment: Tot Trays: Laundry Theme
The Preschool Experiment: Tot Trays
Practical Life Skills Tray. I need to do this again for Butterfly.
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sweep confetti into rectangle then into dust pan-fine motor skills for st patricks or other holidays
St. Patty's day activities, great life skills type activities, that can be adapted to any theme.
sweeping up shamrock glitter - great for working on fine motor skills
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St. Patty's fine motor activities
Practical Life Skills Tray
St Patrick's Day
Do-a-dot color matching
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Do-A-Dot Color Match Place one dot in each circle/box below the colored circle of the same color. ~color matching, one to one correspondence, fine & gross motor~
Do-A-Dot Color Match Place one dot in each circle/box below the colored circle of the same color. *could use colored die to make it a roll-a-color game
The Princess and the Tot: color dots
Lots of Tot Tray ideas!
Dot colour match
Super Tot is 32 months old. Here are some activities I have planned for this week, as we work on the letter Dd. Do-A-Dot Color Match Place one dot in each circle/box below the colored circle of the same color. Printable available below the photograph. ~color matching, one to one correspondence, fine & gross motor~ Count the Dogs Count the number of dogs in each row. Place the correct number disk in the empty box in front of each row. I made the number disks by placing round number sticker on the front and back of transparent plastic counters. You could also have your child write the correct number in the box or place a number sticker in the box. The printable for this activity is available below the photograph. ~counting, number recognition, fine motor if writing or using stickers~ Counting with Little Quack As we read Little Quack, place one duckling from the cup onto the blue pond mat with the mommy duck as each new duckling in the story leaves the nest and braves the water. Little Quack is one of Super Tot's favorite books. I thought it would be fun to have an easy read-along activity to do to go along with Dd week. The duck printables are available here. ~counting, creative play~ David & Goliath "Big & Little" Sorting After reading the story of David & Goliath, place the little items in the "David" bowl and the big items in the "Goliath" bowl. I printed off large & small versions of 10 different pictures (all starting with the letter D) for this activity. I thought it would be a fun way of reenforcing the difference in size of David & Goliath. ~Bible lesson, sorting by size~ Feed the Dogs Place the bones into the correct dog's mouth based on the case of the letter Dd on the bone. I made the dogs by covering empty food boxes with construction paper and cutting the mouths out with a craft knife. ~letter recognition & sorting~ Sorting Dinosaurs Sort dinosaurs by type. The dinosaurs were in a bag of Halloween treats in the seasonal section of Target. There are 5/ea of 6 different dinosaurs. ~sorting~ Alphabet Puzzles Complete the Alphabet Puzzles for the letters we have covered so far this year (Aa-Dd). The puzzles are available here from Confessions of a Homeschooler ~letter recognition, problem solving~ Shape Puzzle Complete puzzle by matching shapes. ~shape recognition, matching, problem solving, fine motor~ I SPY the Letter "Dd" Circle all Uppercase and Lowercase Dd's. This continues to be one of Super Tot's favorite activities each week. ~letter recognition, fine motor, pre-writing~ Super Tot will also be doing the following 2 letter crafts from our Letter Book, which you can read about here. "D" is for Dog and "d" is for dinosaur. Letter Dd Bible Verses for the week: "Delight yourself in the Lord." ~Psalm 37:4 "Depart from evil, and do good. ~Psalm 34:14 Linking to: 1+1+1=1 Montessori Monday Sun Scholars No Time for Flashcards Preschool Corner Mom to 2 Posh Little Divas Our Country Road ABC & 123 Living Montessori Now
We started off our D week with a Dot Day! Find letter D on your alphabet strip. Sing the ABC song. Practice writing letter D with your finger in the air. Read “Press Here” by Herve Tullet … what a fun, ingenious book. The simple dots and text are interactive. My kids loved seeing what would happen on the next page! Dot your D page! Draw a large D on your paper. Use Do-a-Dot markers to dot along the lines Go on a D hunt Practice writing letter D on dot stickers. We used crayons. Hunt around the house for the letter D or items that start with the D sound. Stick a D sticker on it! we found a dog, Dr. Suess books, Doc (the car), a picture of Dad, doors, drawers, a doll and lots of letter Ds. My almost-4-year-old only wanted to write a few Ds on the stickers. But once we started finding Ds around the house, he raced back to the table and finished writing Ds on all of the stickers. He loved it! Play dice dot game … he loved this too. See original post here. Print out the dice dot game board (Click on the image above. I have it uploaded as a PDF now, so it should print full-size on an 8.5x11 paper.) Roll a dice. Count the dots and match them to the dots at the bottom of the game. Trace the number that matches. Continue until you reach the top! Dot Color Match Print out this great Color Match sheet from here (or click the image above) Use Do-a-Dot markers to fill in the matching circles! Have DOTS for a treat after lunch
Teddy Bear theme ideas
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10 Ways to Play and Learn With Counting Bears
10 Ways To Play and Learn With Counting Bears. Ideas for toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten math. No prep or printing necessary!
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10 Ways To Play and Learn With Counting Bears. Ideas for toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten math. No prep or printing necessary!
10 Ways To Play and Learn With Counting Bears. Ideas for toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten math.
Love using counting bears in math center! 10 Ways To Play and Learn With Counting Bears. Ideas for toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten math!
Ways to Play and Learn with Counting Bears :: learn to count :: preschool math centers
Counting Bears Ideas
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Introducing simple math ideas to young children doesn’t mean pushing academics on them while they are young. Children are naturally curious and there are lots of simple things we can incorporate into our play that will gently introduce numbers, shapes and patterns.
PRESCHOOL, fine motor color matching. Bet it'd work with upper and lower case letter matching too. - I could make this
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PRESCHOOL, fine motor color matching. Bet it'd work with upper and lower case letter matching too. Busy bag??
This is supposed to be a color matching/fine motor skill. BUT, I thought it would be great for teaching the color wheel and teaching kids about matching colors from the opposite sides of the wheel. BTW I didn't click through to the article since it's the picture that inspired me. My apologies if it's not what is expected.
color wheel-- you can do the same thing for numbers and probably upper/lower case letters or using the names and not just matching colors.
fine motor skill practice... could change it up and use it for letters & numbers. Love all the clothespins games. Oriental trading has small colorful clothes pins to make it more interesting!
Colors and fine motor skills. Love the clothespin idea for everything! So cheap and easy to make!
colour wheel matching the clothespins, which is great for colours and fine motor skills
PRESCHOOL, fine motor color matching. DIY craft & learning game by jodi
matching the clothespins, which is great for his fine motor skills
Color matching garage
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Color Match Car Parking Park each car in a spot that is the same color as the car. This is an activity we did last year, but I thought I would bring it out again for this week.
Color Match Car Parking Park each car in the correctly colored parking space. ~color recognition, matching, gross motor~
Color Match Car Parking: Park each car in the correctly colored parking space.
The Princess and the Tot: color matching car parking lot
matching car colors to parking lot colors
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Tray ideas- Color Match Car Parking!
Color Match Car Parking tot tray
There is nothing in the world that Super Tot loves more than cars. Not only does he love them, but he is more knowledgeable about them than most adults (even those that are really into cars). He knows and without thought can recognize almost every make and model, and he loves to point out his favorites anytime he sees them. It is fun to see him so passionate about it. I have no idea how, but I do know that God is going to use this passion and gift for His glory someday. After parking by a Ferrari & a Lamborghini at lunch on Saturday, Super Tot asked me if we could do a car theme in school this week. I threw together a few things and hope he enjoys them! Here are some of our activities for the week. We will also be doing several of our past activities that I have included in previous posts. Sorting Cars Sort the car photos by type, and then by color. I have printed and laminated 35 photos for this activity (5 of his favorite models, each in 7 colors). We have done this before with just 2 models, but I added 3 more for this week. This is one of his favorite activities, for obvious reasons. ~sorting, color recognition~ Counting Cars Count the number of cars on each card and place the clothes pin on the appropriate number. ~counting, number recognition, fine motor~ Building a Model Car Using the pieces in the bowl, complete the model of the McLaren MP4 12C. This is Super Tot's favorite car, and he was so excited when we found this Mega Blocks model right after Christmas. He will need my assistance with this one for the order and placement, but he can put it together himself. ~fine motor, critical thinking & logic~ Race Car Matching Place each sticker on the matching race car on the track. ~matching, fine motor~ Peg Play Free play using the pegs & transportation theme peg boards. ~fine motor, matching, counting, patterning, etc. - all depends on how he plays!~ Cars Puzzle Complete the puzzle using the pieces in the pail. ~critical thinking, fine motor~ Foam Rims Complete each "rim" by placing the correct foam pieces into each puzzle. I know this one is a stretch, but at least I'm being creative!! ~fine motor, color & shape recognition and matching~ Color Match Car Parking Park each car in a spot that is the same color as the car. This is an activity we did last year, but I thought I would bring it out again for this week. ~color recognition & matching~ Counting Links Attach the correct number and color of links to each ticket. I can't really tie this one in to the car theme, but we are working on number recognition and this is one of my favorite previous activities for that skill. ~counting & number recognition, color matching, fine motor~ Be inspired: 1+1+1=1 Sun Scholars No Time for Flashcards Homeschool Creations Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas ABC & 123 Living Life Intentionally Read, Explore, Learn Living Montessori Now Homeschooling on the Cheap
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tot trays- I've been working on "busy bags" for Addison. This idea fits right in!
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color sort cards
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Creative Curriculum Objectives: 27, 28 Have students sort object pictures by color. Discuss the different colors and how many objects of each color were found. Create a collage for each color or have the student think of another object that could be each color and create a drawing.
Have students sort object pictures by color. Discuss the different colors and how many objects of each color were found.
use those great little colored baskets that are always in the dollar sections and stores to sort objects or pictures by color
color sort cards, instead of bins can use my colorful library pockets & make a table tray.
color sort cards- great idea for those containers I got at Target for $1.00
color sort cards - It would be fun to make these.
color sort cards#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
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Color card boxes
Where's My Home? A Color Matching Activity
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Where's My Home? A Color Matching Activity. Five friends were playing in the park. Now it's time to go home. But who's house is whose? Children can match the colored popsicle stick people to their matching colored homes
Where's My Home? A Color Matching Activity. (could substitute a dog instead of children, or make it where's my bowl)
Where's My Home? A Color Matching Activity - need foam and popsicle sticks.... could probably make fancier too....
Where's My Home? A Color Matching Activity Game. Five friends were playing but now it's time to go home. Who's house is whose? Children can match the colored popsicle stick "the people" to their matching colored homes. To create this activity set, you will need: Foam sheets in five different colors (each house uses about 1/4 of a 9x12 sheet) Permanent markers in matching colors (do not use washable) Foam glue 5 Craft popsicle stick people
popsicle stick people to their matching colored homes.
Early learning color matching and word recognition.
Bug Color Matching (free printable)
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Bugs & Creepy Crawlies: (Colour) Bug Color Matching game (free printable)
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Bug color matching game (printable) would work well in a #BusyBag
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Printable Toddler Color Matching Activity
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Bug Color Matching
Use this free, printable Bug Coloring Matching activity with your toddler!
Counting Caterpillar Busy Bag (Printable Numbers 1-10)
This is a brilliant caterpillar busy bag from Powerful Mothering. She is offering a FREE PRINTABLE with the caterpillars. You just need the pom-poms. Children learn counting as well as sequencing and color matching! Love it! #preschool #caterpillar #math