Create this homemade puffy paint with your kids to use in our "Jesus Inspires Me" book. Your little ones will have so much fun mixing the paint together, and you'll have a great opportunity to talk to them about how God made us in His image.
Kinders, firsts, and second graders still need lots of practice making nonsense words. Perfecting this skill helps them figure out those bigger multi-syllabic words they'll see later on. There are 18 orange single consonants that they can match up to 18 green vowels and consonants.
Sensory play is so beneficial for all children. Exploring through their senses builds a child’s understanding of the world, engages their whole brain and develops rich connections. For some children, sensory play can be especially therapeutic.
This color sorting train is a great way for kids to learn colors. They can also work on counting. A fun color recognition activity for toddlers and preschoolers Could have them run around room grabbing toys to match to colors.
This would help a whole lot with fine motor skills because the child would need to pick up the clothes pins to pin them on the tree. Gessell would with this because it helps with fine motor skills because it helps with counting and interacting physically.
Create a preschool learning activities binder to help build literacy and math skills. Grab all of the supplies from your local @walmart AD For more information about the best Mobile App go to for preschools, daycares and afterschool programs!