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Free Road Letters printable for learning the alphabet

Free printable Road Letters. Use your child's love of cards to encourage him or her to learn the letters of the alphabet! This is a great tool for helping kids practice writing letters with the correct stroke order. || Gift of Curiosity

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Rainbow themed literacy activities

Rainbow writing salt tray + lots of rainbow-themed literacy ideas

Learning 4 Kidsfrom Learning 4 Kids

Rainbow Salt Tray

Rainbow Salt Tray - Great for fine motor development and pre-writing skills. Practise writing numbers, alphabet letters, sight words, shapes, child's name, making patterns, drawing and so much more. Shake the tray and start again - loads of fun!! {}

The Pleasantest Thingfrom The Pleasantest Thing

Fun Ways to Practice Writing Letters

10 FUN Ways for Kids to Practice Writing Letters!

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Sort by Size Activity to Make a Rainbow Necklace

Sort by Size Activity to Make a Rainbow Necklace from @Jamie Wise [hands on : as we grow]

Mom Inspired Lifefrom Mom Inspired Life

Rainbow Hop Letter Sounds Game

Rainbow Hop Letter Sounds Alphabet Game. Practice letter sounds with this fun literacy learning activity!

Letter fun! Now maybe the boys would come over and work on their letters some, if they got to play with legos at the same time!

Mama In The Nowfrom Mama In The Now

35 Fun Ways To Improve Your Child's Handwriting - Without Writing

35 Fun Ways to Improve Your Child's Handwriting! Without Writing! Incredible resource in one article. Written by a pediatric OT - expert advice!

No Time For Flash Cardsfrom No Time For Flash Cards

Candy Apple Math Game For Kids

Candy Apple Trees! Easy math game for kids. Good starting point for other Tree & Apple teacher-made games!

The Measured Momfrom The Measured Mom

Math activities with unifix cubes

Sorting, measuring, addition, multiplication, and more - so many unifix cubes activities!

Scribble Doodle and Draw: use paint baggies to practice printing letters, sight words, spelling words, etc.. so many ways!.

Zaner-Bloser Online Editor--use this to create name practice for kiddos who can't write their name at the beginning of the year

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Rainbow Lacing Busy Bag

Rainbow Lacing Busy Bag! A colorful way to develop fine motor skills. ) --> seriously, @Megan Ward Ward Ward Sheakoski ::Coffee Cups and Crayons rocks the house.