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Easy game for children to learn shapes. Could also chart which shape is landed on the most. This game would cover so many skills: counting, gross motor, taking turns, etc. could be played inside or out.

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Classroom Games - Walking the Line & Pom Pom Races!

Gross Motor game and visual motor game. Hard to follow that line. For other great ideas follow us at Jump Start

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Q-Tips and Straws - Fine Motor Skills Activity

Q-Tips and Straws Fine Motor Skills Activity - A great way to help little hands strengthen fine motor skills and work on colors at the same time.

Laughing Kids Learnfrom Laughing Kids Learn

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.

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Messy Play: 10 Tips to Keep Messy Activities Clean

10 Tips to Keep Messy Play Clean


Color Toss Activity (with Video!)

Color Toss Activity. For related pins and resources follow

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Shape hopscotch - Indoor Games for Kids

Indoor Games for kids ~ Shape Hopscotch is a fun Gross motor game

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Letters On The Go

Learn Letters On The Go with this fun activity. Or shapes, or words, or numbers....

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Tape Shapes Game

Practice shapes and get the kids moving with this tape shapes game


Learn it with Legos

Learning days of the week and months of the year with Legos - good idea for learning sequence of many things

I LOVE this Game! What a simple idea that i never would have thought us. bringing in movement and social/emotional skills practice! perfect for my ALL BOY classroom! Fun & easy game for toddlers!

Hands On As We Growfrom Hands On As We Grow

40 Awesome Number Activities for Preschoolers

40 ways of learning numbers,counting and one to one correspondence for preschoolers.

"While this activity is great for toddlers learning fine motor skills, this same repetitive task would help me with my left arm. I have little use of the arm or hand and it's difficult to use my fingers. I do daily physical therapy to keep the circulation going and muscle alive--this would be a great short exercise to add. And I already know it's going to be tough."

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The First Week of School and Classroom Pictures

Miss Kindergarten: The Shape Game

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Busy Bag Exchange

These are printable magnet pages. You can find these at Making Learning Fun. She got colored puff balls and glued little magnet pieces on the back. These you can use on a small cookie sheet or a magnet board.