Learning Shapes With Toy Cars. Create your own shaped road tracks using black sandpaper. Teach your toddler or preschooler their shapes with a triangle, square, circle, rectangle, pentagon and octagon road track.

Learning Shapes With Toy Cars

Learning Shapes With Toy Cars. Create your own shaped road tracks using black sandpaper. Teach your toddler or preschooler their shapes with a triangle, square, circle, rectangle, pentagon and octagon road track.

This afternoon we combined two of our favourite things here at Clare’s Little Tots – cars and drawing. The results were a beautiful masterpiece and lots of fun. This simply play activity took a few minutes to set up, costs nothing and is done using things you’ll already have around the house. What you need: Toy...

Drawing with Cars

This afternoon we combined two of our favourite things here at Clare’s Little Tots – cars and drawing. The results were a beautiful masterpiece and lots of fun. This simply play activity took a few minutes to set up, costs nothing and is done using things

laminated pieces of paper with pegs hot glue gunned to the top - for displaying work

Displaying student's work - laminated pieces of construction paper and hot glue clothes pins to display student work. This would be nice with scrapbook paper.

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Ribbon Tidy

appleinmyheart: “ Another Ribbon Organizer Idea For You! If you often use ribbons for your DIY projects then you probably have a lot of ribbons in your stock. A ribbon organizer is what you need then.

Clever fine motor activity using buttons and pattern lines. Could use goldfish crackers in summer, sunflower seeds in fall... Lots of things!

Creating patterns, swirls or zig-zags with buttons, children will have so much fun playing with this fine motor work station or learning centre activity.

Adorable outdoor "construction site" play area

Fun area for boys and all those Tonka trucks and John Deere tractors. Backyard Idea, for sure!**- definitely NOT just for boys, my 4 year old daughter would absolutely love this & play in it every day we let her.

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