More ideas from steph
Your very own bob and bob from phonics play - choose the words/ purpose. The children can see the words/ post them in the bin mouths! Is it a real word or alien/silly word? I love the iwb bob and bob but I have a visually impaired child who needs to see bigger font nice and close.

Your very own obb and bob from phonics play - choose the words/ purpose. The children can see the words/ post them in the bin mouths! Is it a real word or alien/silly word?

Q-Tips and Straws Fine Motor Skills Activity - A great way to help little hands strengthen fine motor skills and work on colors at the same time.

Q-Tips and Straws DIY Fine Motor Skills Activity - A great way to help little hands strengthen fine motor skills and work on colors at the same time. A fun crafts idea for kids.

Spaghetti Sensory bins.  The kids went crazy for these!  They got to practice fine motor skills by cutting the spaghetti with scissors.

Spaghetti Sensory bins for "Adam and Eve sin in the garden of Eden". Kids can play, scoop, cut with scissors, etc. Also painting with spaghetti on a separate table.

Could do this as a challenge - how many cheerios can you stack in 30 sec...or do a minute to win it with this idea

how many cheerios can you stack in 30 seconds, etc. Use pink play dough and the pink yogurt cheerios to make this a Valentine's day school class party game

Great activity with kids.  Works on counting, number recognition & fine motor skills.  Wasn't too hard for a 3 year old & 6 year olds really like it too.  They added the difficulty of patterns to reach the right number/pipe cleaner.

Putting the right number of beads on numbered pipe cleaners. For therapy, have kids "draw straws", say that number of their target words/name that many things in a category/etc, then they choose beads they want and place them on pipe cleaner

Mamas Like Me: The Great 8 Octopus - Counting and Fine-Motor Skill Activity for Preschool & Toddlers

The Great 8 Octopus - Counting and Fine-Motor Skill Activity for Preschool & Toddlers. Make learning fun and engaging with this easy kids craft using construction paper, markers, school glue, and Cheerios.