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Can easily be modified for addition/subtraction or division/multiplication. Students show the answer to the equation in clothes pins

Turkey Clothespin Counting (but make snowmen) . great for fine motor development as well as math centers. by Kyli Carpenter

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Valentine's Day Pre-Writing Practice - love this idea. Make a die and have students connect any two pictures depending on roll of die. Roll the pattern a and interpret it onto an instrument*

Fine motor, name recognition, pre writing

24 More DIY Educational Activities for Kids

sweet little name craft; practice fine motor skills, do art and snack a little along the way!maybe use as a kinders mosaic project?

Obstacle mark making. Turn into art project #Setupasimplefinemotoractivitytoworkonletterrecognition

What a great idea for motor skill development and also for storytelling (great way to take a journey!

Great way to practice letter writng AND pencil holding!!  This helps students to learn who they are supposed to hold their pencil as when they are writing. It also helps students with the tracing of their letters. This helps early on with their writing ability.

The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide: Preschool Activities This is a GREAT site. Stay at home mom or go to school teacher!many clever and easy ways to work with your preschooler and have fun at the same time.

Children use the tongs to pick up the colored pom poms and drop them into a bottle. This activity is good fine motor practice and hand-eye coordination.

Sensory Table Ideas

Practice counting sets and identifying numbers zero to five with this free printable math activity for spring. Use with your preschool or kindergarten flower or garden theme via @shaunnaevans

Spring Roll and Color Math Games

Practice counting sets and identifying numbers zero to five with this free printable math activity for spring. Use with your preschool or kindergarten flower or garden theme

Bloggers, Don't forget to link up this month with my linky party Make A Difference Monday! If you have written a post in the past about teaching empathy or have a favorite book, lesson, video, song...

Using Playdoh to form letters! Fine motor skills, sensory activity, and letter recognition all in one activity! You could also use popsicle sticks if you don't have the playdoh

Best You Tube Stories for Kids - Octavia and Vicky

Best You Tube Stories for Kids

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