Preschoolers love to cut and paste!
Cutting and pasting is an important skill for preschoolers to learn. Cut and paste activities are great for building finger dexterity and strength as well as hand-eye coordination,
These fun Winter Dough Mats are a great addition to early learning centers this season.
These mats are easy to use! Simply print, laminate, and set out with your favorite dough.
There are so many fun ways for preschoolers to work on fine motor development!
This fun pack includes three different types of activities in a fun Thanksgiving theme to support children in building finger strength and dexterity.
Best of all, they are easy to set up and use all season long.
Learning to sequence and retell stories is an important part of learning to read.
Rebus stories are a good tool for teaching children to retell stories and pick out the parts of a story.
In this activity children read the story I Can Give My Dog a Bath with an adult. Then, they can identify the words and images in the word bank. Finally, they can sequence the events from the story.
**The sequence portion can also be done as a cut and paste activity.. There is both a color and a B&W version included
There are all kinds of fun ways to learn numbers!
This set invites children to explore many different ways of showing how many are in a set.
With this activity children can represent numbers in 8 different ways: digit, nuber word, dice, dominoes, fingers, tallies, 10-frame, and by object.
This easy to assemble subitizing activity can be re-used over and over again in your math center, turned into a file folder games, or used as a cut and paste activity.
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