Very cute art activity for St. Patrick's Day that I did with my early childhood special education classroom. The rainbow was created by dipping toy cars in paint and driving them in the shape of a rainbow.
40 Fall Themed Fine Motor Activities Kids Will Love
Sudsy goop for a fun and scented playtime. Make soapy water with a few squirts of body wash or baby wash Add sudsy water to cornstarch Mix until you get a batter like consistency. Add Food Color or Kool-aid for added color/scent
*could do with math facts* write a number on each chair and write a fact that equals that number. "Musical Letters"-when music stops write letter that is on chair (try with sight words, too) Multiplication facts instead! SO FUN!
Very Open-Ended Project- By a 3 year old DD Student who, up until this project, did not like art! He loved stringing beads and buttons, poking in toothpicks and sticks. Remember, from a developmental perspective, poking is one of the first discrete fine motor actions of very young children. This student worked on this project for about 10-15 minutes.. A first!
Dolch Words - The Dolch-Sight Word List is a list compiled by E. Dolch in The list contains 220 commonly used words that should be recognized by "sight" for fast or "fluent" reading. The compilation excludes nouns, which comprise a separate list.