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1. Completing yet another My Little Pony sticker album.

Completing yet another My Little Pony sticker album.

Taking the time to build fine motor skills is just as important as teaching your Littles letter names and sounds, numbers, counting, etc. e...

Developing Fine Motor Skills

Easy for beginning kindergarten because the letters on mat look like real play dough "snakes".

My Little Pony Printable Responsibility Chart

Printable Reward Charts For Kids 6 to 12 Years Old

My Little Pony Personalised Reward Chart - Printable - Behaviour Chart - Digital Print - Girls Positive Behaviour - Chore Chart - Pinkie Pie

Fun name activity. Students make their name using stickers. Great fine motor activity!

Developing Fine Motor Skills

For a fun and easy fine motor activity, write the child's name on a strip of paper. Have students peel the stickers off of the paper and put them on the letters of their name.

Taking the time to build fine motor skills is just as important as teaching your Littles letter names and sounds, numbers, counting, etc. e...

Developing Fine Motor Skills

Taking the time to build fine motor skills is just as important as teaching your Littles letter names and sounds, numbers, counting, etc.

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

Developing Fine Motor Skills

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

Use these sticker charts as positive reinforcement. There are five colored My Little Pony themed reward charts. The reward charts are also in black and white for easier printing. They can also can be laminated for continual use.

My Little Pony Reward Charts

Use these sticker charts as positive reinforcement. There are five colored My Little Pony themed reward charts. The reward charts are also in black and white for easier printing. They can also can be laminated for continual use.

Fun and practical ideas for developing fine motor skills.  Just think how you could grab your special student's attention with some CRAZY stickers.  Quick and easy to set up, plus LOTS of other great fine motor ideas.  Read more at:  http://www.theprintableprincess.com/2015/08/developing-fine-motor-skills.html

Developing Fine Motor Skills

Fun and practical ideas for developing fine motor skills. Put matching stickers on the different "cards." After kids cut them apart, use the cards to play concentration/memory.

Vintage bunny, puppy, kitty, pony - Kids nowadays possibly wouldn't relate...or, would they, should they?  (I vote for 'should!' Softness is a good thing...too many monsters in our lives today.)

Vintage animal decals- for cribs/ high chair and such.

80s scratch and sniff stickers

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Scratch & Sniff Stickers - they're still my favorite and I still buy them!

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

Developing Fine Motor Skills

Developing Fine Motor Skills - as student progresses, move the sticker further up so he/she has to cut in a straight line (instead of short snips).

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

Developing Fine Motor Skills

Fun and practical ideas for developing fine motor skills.

My Little Pony Stickers – Birthday Printable

My Little Pony Stickers – Birthday Printable

My Little Pony - Proud Twilight Velvet

My Little Pony - Twilight Velvet in Tears from her Eyes

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

Developing Fine Motor Skills

This name activity is perfect for building stronger fingers! It's fun, teaches their name, and the tearing paper makes this a great fine motor activity! If you teach in a special education classroom, you will find some really great literacy and math ideas

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

Developing Fine Motor Skills

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

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