Simple counting activity for children - Laughing Kids Learn
Here is a simple counting activity for children, especially preschoolers. Simple to set up it can suit individual needs and develops fine motor skills.
Printable Preschool Cutting Busy Box
This Montessori inspired Printable Preschool Cutting Busy Box is perfect for toddlers and preschool kids to work on their scissor and fine motor skills. A quiet box for preschoolers works well for 2, 3 and 4 year olds too. You can even do it as a busy bag
Printable Lacing Cards: Numbers 0-10
Fine motor skills need practice and learning numbers takes practice, so voila. I made some number lacing cards for my little guy. You can download a PDF of these free 0-10 Lacing Cards from Google Drive here. I printed ours on heavyweight cardstock and laminated them for extra durability. Then I cut them apart and used my handy unconventional hole punch. To make the lacing strings, I cut lengths of yarn. I clipped toothpicks, added a dot of glue in the center and tied a knot around the…
ALL NATURAL LEAF THREADING ACTIVITY
ALL NATURAL LEAF THREADING ACTIVITY - engage with Nature, get creative and develop fine motor skills. Fun!
Diy Diy Diy
Do it yourself also known as DIY is the method of building modifying or repairing something without the aid of experts or professionals
How Educators can use Tuff Trays to invite playful learning opportunities
Use this collection of inspiring ideas to find out how other educators are using tuff trays to invite playful learning opportunities!
Tuff Trays and Sensory Play
Hook a Duck, Catch a Boat.. Catching and sorting ducks and boats. We have 18 mini rubber ducks and made 18 little boats with pool noodles, craft foam and straws. Roman enjoyed catching them with his fishing net and sorting them into labeled buckets. We also added a few fish and a rod. Although he found the rod more difficult he had a lot of fun trying!