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Fine Motor activities with matches and straws
Fine Motor Activities : Matches and Straws Simple fine motor activities you can create for your kids are a great way to strengthen those finger muscles that are going to aid them in writing. In this post we use basic supplies like matches, straws and Styrofoam to make an easy "fine motor activity board" for the children to explore, learn...
pretend snow writing
Sensory Activities for kids : Writing in sparkly pretend snow This post contains affiliate links for your reference. If you choose to shop through these links, you have our heartfelt thanks for supporting the blog! I have personally seen that through sensory activities for kids, the children learn so much more than what's visible to our eyes. This post is a...
alphabet activities for kids bubble wrap
Alphabet Activities for Kids: Bubble Wrap Letter Matching This is going to be a super quick post. The 3 year old has been so very psyched about recognizing letters and matching the upper case and lower case ones. We recently did another alphabet activity for kids - alphabet memory game with just cups and magnetic letters. In this alphabet activity, we...
Alphabet Activities for kids : Memory Match My 3 year old is really after her 5 year old sister who is enjoying reading a lot! She is desperately trying to keep up with her, trying to write her name, engage in number recognition activities and recently has been very excited about pre writing activities. That's a younger sibling for you! To...
literacy activities using pipe cleaners
Kids engage alphabet activities by playing with and in a simple alphabet city. Before we start a quick tip. If you are working with a toddler, it is probably better to just create the city with just 6-7 letters. Kids that age would enjoy this alphabet activity better when there is more space to move about. Preschoolers would love creating...
easter activities for learning1
I have seen that designing themed learning activities for younger kids is a great way to sustain interest in the same concept. It gets them look at the same learning activity in a fun and interesting way. Just a few egg shapes for Easter or a few bright hearts for Valentine's go a long way in my house when...