Sand Foam...2 ingredients is all you need for this soft, foamy, sensory activity that your kids will love!

Sand Foam...two ingredients for super, sensory fun

Quiet Time Activities for 2 year olds - great ideas!

43 Quiet Time Activities for 2 Year Olds

Quiet Time Activities for 2 Year olds! These quiet activities are perfect for young toddlers, as young as 18 months! No mess and very little set up too. Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!

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40+ Activities for Two Year Olds

40 Fun activities for 2 year olds. I'm going to use these for sure. My 4 year old also finds many of these ideas entertaining!

Fun crafts and learning activities for 2-3 year olds

Activities for Preschoolers

A fun music basket to help toddlers to explore the song Old MacDonald Had a Farm.

Old MacDonald Had a Farm Music Basket

Simple quiet time activities for 3 year olds! Love that they are mess free too.

54 Mess Free Quiet Time Activities for 3 Year Olds

Simple quiet time activities for 3 year olds! Perfect, easy ideas for kids who no longer nap, or to keep older kids busy while Mama cares for baby.

Make a pre-writing rainbow salt tray using a box lid, coloured paper and salt!! awesooooome idea :)

Rainbow Salt Tray

Rainbow Salt Tray : used for spelling practice, math facts and letter practice as well as fun. Pan x works well and I laminated rainbow after putting construction paper together. Add salt or sand.

Finger Gym - wrap a stick

Finger Gym - wrap a stick Ideal as a morning table top activity - ideal to get little fingers ready for writing!

funky fingers. finger gym. fine motor skills. Colour code piggy bank

Button Sorting Cups (and link to other color sorting games) - What a brilliant idea for your toddler/preschooler! Adding this to our collection of activities to promote fine-motor skills and color recognition!

Fine-motor fun with pipe-cleaners, beads and colanders on the Finger Gym - from Rachel (",)

Gradual Admission

Topic Planning - before launching into a topic we like to sit around our floor book and find out what the kids know about the topic and other ideas they have and things they might like to do in class. We are still at the ealry stages of tis as they are only 3 years, but its amazing how much we can take from the kids. On the other page we document what we have done, the kids stick in the pictures and we talk about what they did, I scribe for them.

Using a Floorbook to document children's existing ideas and knowledge about a topic

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