Set up a fun Process Art Invitation this winter.
This invitation is easy to set up and creates a wonderful opportunity to make observations.
Busy boards allow young children to explore otherwise "adult" items in a safe manner. Many of these busy boards contain items you find around your home such as locks, keys, and latches. Other types of busy boards include: Magnet Boards, Ball Runs, and Velcro boards. Your board can be made from existing toys such as puzzles, or busy boxes. Although many of the activities are mounted to the wall, they can also be made to use on the floor, or mounted to a table as well..
Below you will find some fabulous examples of DIY Busy boards that have been shared in our on-line community.
Preschool children will enjoy learning more about Kwanzaa with this sequencing story set! Use this pack to create engaging hands on activities and help young children build literacy skills.
Preschool children will enjoy this Christmas Sequencing Story activity pack! Use this pack to create engaging hands on activities and help young children build literacy skills.
What could be sweeter than learning sight words by filling a plate with cookies for Santa?
This activity is a fun way for preschoolers and kindergartners that are learning how to read to learn sight words.
The fun objective will keep them engaged in this hands-on activity.
Help preschool aged children build visual discrimination skills, as they practice recognizing details in common items found around Christmastime. Visual discrimination skills help young children spot subtle differences in photos and objects. Having strong visual discrimination skills are especially important as young children begin to sort out different letters, numbers, and shapes.
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