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Teaching colors by practicing fine motor skills...the chopsticks may be complicated for most kids...

Teaching colors by practicing fine motor skills...the chopsticks may be complicated for most kids...

Match shapes to outlines on cardboard. You can extend this by sorting the shapes or talking about the different attributes of shapes. You can even use the felt shapes to combine and make new shapes and objects once your child is older.

Match shapes to outlines on cardboard. You can extend this by sorting the shapes or talking about the different attributes of shapes. You can even use the felt shapes to combine and make new shapes and objects once your child is older.

Princesses, Pies, & Preschool Pizzazz: Pom-Pom Color Fun for Toddlers - fun motor skill development

Quiet time or restaurant activity Put velcro dots on the ends of popsicle sticks. Kids can make letters or shapes over and over again.

Quiet time or restaurant activity Put velcro dots on the ends of popsicle sticks. Kids can make letters or shapes over and over again.

Write the alphabet on a cookie sheet and let your toddler match the magnetic plastic letters (and numbers, too).

Write the alphabet on a cookie sheet and let your toddler match the magnetic plastic letters (and numbers, too).

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