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A fun creative way to build SO many skills (balance, kinestethia, visual motor, self-regulation)...the list goes on!

Use blue painter's tape to make a maze on the floor. Kick a bean bag through the maze to work on eye-foot coordination.

Mrs. Lees Kindergarten: cute spring and plant unit would go along with an activity about how flowers grow. Also, this matches a book that was added in on our Unit plan already.

Shape Toss, Hop, Skip, and Jump! {Indoor Gross Motor Game} This is a SIMPLE game fun for toddlers and up, perfect for keeping kids active even on rainy or snowy days. It takes less than five minutes to set up and provides many hours of entertainment.

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A Multi-Tasking Activity

letter toss game - working on balance, visual motor control and letter recognition.

Sound Memory- Instead of flipping a card you shake the eggs to find pairs. Plastic capsules filled with things like cereal, beads, marbles etc . .