Meeting Sensory Needs For Kids with Autism/Asperger's
It's only the second day of school and I'm wiped out! Currently, I'm procrastinating on grading phonemic awareness assessments, DIBELS and math samples. My little guys have a HUGE range of abilities this year. Looks like I'll be teaching the alphabet and numbers to one group, and long vowels and double-digit addition/subtraction to another group. And my last little genius boy will be learning social stories for reading time because he's 5 years old and read 175 words per minute already!!! So…
Paint Bag Writing - Let's Explore
Learning to write letters and numbers can be frustrating for little hands! I like to offer lots of play activities that help build those fine motor skills in a relaxed, fun way. Toddlers and up will enjoy making shapes, swirls, and even letters on a plastic bag filled with paint. To make your own paint bag writing tablet, put some finger paint or tempera paint
Fine Motor Skills - DIY Cutting Station - No Time For Flash Cards
Fine motor skills activity - make a cutting station to encourage scissor skills.
Mother's Day Edition: Fine Motor Friday!!
FREE Mother's Day Printable, Mother's Day Gift Example, Mother's Day with Kindergarten students at RainbowsWithinReach
25 Playful Ways To Work On Fine Motor Skills - No Time For Flash Cards
Have fun working on fine motor skills with these fun pre-writing activities.
My district had not formally adopted a program for handwriting or letter formation. Some teachers used Handwriting Without Tears, and in my building we had some of their materials but no formal tr…
five activities for crossing the midline (and why it’s important) - teach mama
five activities for crossing the midline (and why it’s important)
Tons of Fun
matching pon pom colors in an ice cube tray puzzle beans (painted pink with pig faces) dropped in a creamer container pig lacing card Stencils hair ties on the mallet of another toy abc magnets foam numbers, flat marbles and a counting sheet ice cream erasers and letters to trace I made these a long time ago, I made 1 set for every letter of the alphabet using a variety of colors. They are supposed to be double Popsicle sticks. On one side is the lower case letter on one and the upper case…
20 Engaging Fine Motor Activities for Kids - Fantastic Fun & Learning
Easily weave fine motor play into your routine with these fun, hands-on fine motor activities for toddlers and preschoolers learning new fine motor skills.
25 MORE Fun Handwriting Practice Ideas - No Worksheets | Creekside Learning
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