Below you can find a collection of ideas to help you organize your Outside Toys. Keeping your Outdoor Toys Organized helps preserve the life of your Outside Toys, makes them easier to access, and easier put away.
Combine sensory play with literacy for tons of hands-on learning fun! This set of Bubble Gum Sensory Bin Activities are perfect for preschoolers learning letter recognition, rhyming, phonemes, & letter formation.
Preschoolers love exploring in a sensory bin!
Fill your sensory bin with colorful pom pom " gum balls" and invite your preschooler to engage in these fun activities that support math skill development.
This set of math activities can be used for children at various skill levels. Pieces can be mixed and matched for different activities assisting in individualizing learning for your preschoolers. Simply pair the Bubble Gum Pieces with the Mats or Recording Sheets of your choice.
Invite your preschooler to sort by shape and color in this engaging hands-on activity.
This printable pack has everything you need for your preschooler to practice multiple sorting skills.
Easily customize the sorting invitations for your child at a variety of developmental levels. This set can be used for children from preschool-kinder depending on their skill level.
This free set of editable Covid-19 Health and Safety posters will make it easier for you to communicate health and safety procedures with your clients.
Many childcare programs are implementing new procedures to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The CDC has released guidance for childcare providers here.
As you begin to plan sure to check with your state & local health departments, and licensing departments to make sure you are up to date on the latest information.
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Have you ever studied a beautiful spiral found on a snail shell? A spiral is a curve that starts at a point, and then goes around the point, but gets farther and farther away from it. Did you know spirals occur in nature all of the time? You can find them in shells, flowers, and more things like these.
For this craft, we are going to create our own spin art using a Lazy Susan (if you don't have one you can manually create them, or attach your shell to a paper plate to spin). You can find the free craft template below!
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