painting like Michelangelo. I did this with my class this year and they STILL talk about it. It was all over the the floor and on their hair and clothes, but it was SO super fun!! This is also great for students struggling with fine motor hand writing. It builds strength in pincer grasp.

painting like Michelangelo. Instead of just having sketching time- discover and study Michelangelo, how he hanged upside down while painting. This is also great for students struggling with fine motor hand writing. It builds strength in pincer grasp.

Check out this wonderful activity that encourages balance, motor planning, coordination and body awareness. Weaving through a rainbow by Teach Preschool

Weaving through a rainbow

Weaving through a rainbow- Fun activity that encourages balance, motor planning, coordination and body awareness. Teacher read “A Rainbow of My Own” by Don Freeman to go with the activity. Great pic as well, can be a group activity

Counting Activity Using a Geoboard from An Everyday Story Number and Letter Sequencing

Number and Letter Sequencing

Love this idea - re pinned would also be good for fine motor. Counting Activity Using a Geoboard from An Everyday Story Number and Letter Sequencing

Draw a letter on a pin board and have children push the pins in correct order to form the letters. (Could write numbers and even draw arrows to show letter formation sequence.) Great for fine motor skill development, but also for remembering the path of motion for each letter.

Preschool Letter H

Draw a letter on a pin board and have children push the pins in correct order to form the letters. (Could write numbers and even draw arrows to show letter formation sequence.) Great for fine motor skill development and letter formation and recognition

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | What Time is…

Telling Time-A great visual schedule for children. Telling time on an analog clock is becoming a more difficult skill to teach!

Fun way to introduce the concept of addition

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls - students can build their own adding machine

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

"Guess the Number" Kids ask questions like "is the number greater/less than___?", "is the number between ___ and___?", "is the number in the tens place___?", "is the number to guess the selected number.

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