With a paper plate, sharpies and clothespins you can create a fun color matching activity for kids. This DIY puzzle is a fantastic fine motor activity for kids that you can make in under 10 minutes. It's perfect to use as a busy bag or quiet time activity for toddlers and preschoolers. #finemotor #DIY #toddler #preschooler #busybag #rainyday
Develop fine motor skills and letter recognition with this easy DIY activity. Preschoolers will love learning the alphabet as they peel and match the stickers. This puzzles takes 5 minutes to set up and makes a fantastic rainy day or busy bag activity. #finemotor #prechooler #literacy #letters #alphabet #rainyday #busybag
Easy to make shape puzzles from popsicle sticks, perfect for toddlers and preschoolers! All you need is two basic craft supplies and you've got yourself an activity that will keep those little ones busy, independent and learning! Learning Shapes for Toddlers | Learning Shapes for 2 Year Olds | Learning Shapes Worksheets | Learning Shapes Activities | Learning Shapes Games | Learning Shapes Printables | Shape Matching | DIY | Shape Puzzles | Shape Sorting | Learning Shapes Preschool
The benefits of sensory play are undeniable and the sensory bin is often one of the most popular learning centers in a preschool classroom. Whether you have students with food allergies, policies against using food in sensory play, or just want something that you can use year after year, try these non-food sensory bin ideas for some amazing hands-on, sensory fun and learning in your preschool classroom. Students get to work on fine-motor skills, oral language, and vocabulary development.
with the plan to stay home the next few weeks, i’ve hopefully gotten through the worst of my panic mode about the fact that i forgot to buy any cauliflower WHATSOEVER lol. seriously woke up at 3am last night because of it. it’s gonna be a long few weeks, but “social distancing” is the only … Continue reading "35+ things to do while you’re stuck at home with kids"