Learning shape attributes is an important goal for preschoolers.
Beyond learning to identify shapes, these 2D Shape Dough Mats encourage children to learn how shapes are formed.
Using dough to learn shapes supports children as they learn what makes a circle a circle, how many sides a rhombus has, and all the curves and lines that make up each unique shape.
The words “play dough invitation” sound so fun, and sort of, well, inviting. If you’re a bit intimidated by the word invitation--thinking it involves throwing a full-scale party complete with cake, punch, and pony rides--don’t be!
Setting up a play dough invitation or “invitation to play” is easier than you might think. Plus, your children or students will have tons of fun without even realizing all the fine motor skills, creativity, and learning benefits they’ll be getting while they play.
Your kids will have fun learning more about feelings and emotions with this cute Scarecrow Build a Face Activity.
This set will help young children begin to recognize facial expressions related to feelings and emotions
Fall is here! There is so much to explore this season! These fun Fall Play Dough Mats are a wonderful way for children to develop their fine-motor skills and engage in sensory experiences. This pack of 6-fall inspired play dough mats, encourages children to create pumpkins, corn, apples. leaves, turkey feathers, and spiders!
Easy to assemble...
Learn all about letters with this Alphabet Formation Pack!
This pack can be used to support preschoolers in learning letter formation, letter recognition, lowercase/uppercase letter association, beginning phonemes and more!
Learning to form letters using manipulatives and tracing helps preschoolers develop the arm and hand strength and dexterity needed for writing.
These Alphabet Formation Mats can be used in a variety of ways to help prepare children for writing! See just a few creative uses for these mats below.
Preschoolers are learning to identify their own emotions, understand how other express emotions, and how to express their own emotions.
These mats give children an opportunity to how emotions look on different people. This activity also gives children a natural opportunity to talk about emotions with a peer or educator.
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