Rachael Laughlin

Rachael Laughlin

Rachael Laughlin
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Fine motor fun with cheap hair gel, star sequins and tweezers - from Rachel (",)

Tweezing "Fireworks" Fine Motor Work (use cheap hair gel, star sequins & tweezers; from Stimulating Learning With Rachel)

Christmas Tree Counting and Matching. Practice counting, number identification, 1:1 correspondence and develop fine motor skills.

Christmas Tree Counting and Matching. Practice counting, number identification, correspondence and develop fine motor skills.

All you need is an empty plastic bottle, cotton balls and some tweezers or tongs.  I decorated 1 bottle per group - just because the bottles I had were large, you could use smaller bottles if each student makes their own.  Building the snowman is easy kids just take turns to grab a cotton ball with their tweezers and pop it in the top of the bottle.  Read more at: http://lovelaughterandlearninginprep.blogspot.com.au/search/label/Winter

Do you wanna build a snowman?…I could see this being a math or estimation activity. How many cotton balls can you fit?

Jingle Bell Drop - a color sorting and fine motor Christmas activity for preschoolers - Stay At Home Educator

Jingle bell drop by Stay At Home Educator is a color sorting and fine motor activity for preschoolers. I love combining holiday themes with educational activities, and this jingle bell drop does just that.

Paperclip Candy Canes for fine motor skills! Also can be used for color matching skills, counting, patterns, etc!!

Paperclip Candy Canes for fine motor skills! Also can be used for color matching skills, counting, patterns, letters in name, etc!

Button Pumpkin and Fall Activities for Toddlers - Crafts on Sea

Now that my son has started school I’m on the look out for more activities that I can do with my toddler. This button craft is a fun activity that can be used to celebrate…

Strengthen little fingers by clipping Itsy Bitsy Spider legs! Saw the clips at the dollars store yesterday.

Strengthen little fingers by clipping Itsy Bitsy Spider legs! Saw the clips at the dollars store yesterday. make sure they get 8 legs on!