This word building activity travel kit is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers for road trips and long car rides and you can customize it with sight words, color words, word families, or whatever your child is currently learning. Great for a summer learning activity.
Teaching children to write letters and numbers does not always require a pencil or other writing tool. We use paint and paint brushes for a fun alternative to learning to write! Even my second child who is a bit more resistant to try out learning activities was interested in this activity because it involves painting-her …
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Preschool Letter Practice: 18 Writing Activities for Toddlers | Looking for writing activities for preschoolers to help develop your child’s fine motor skills and teach her how to write her name before she enters preschool in the fall? We’ve got you covered. From letter learning activities and pre writing exercises to writing activities for toddlers, we’ll show you how to teach kids to write their name the fun way!
Emotions paper plate cards can be made by toddlers can later be discussed in grouptime. By exploring the different emotions of these plates can help the toddler identify their facial expression with the way they are feeling on the inside. Love this for emotion development and social development, it is important for toddlers learn empathy for others emotions.
Activities for ages 3 to 8. Little engineers will love these 25 LEGO activities. They’re hands-on, motivating ways to practice math, literacy, engineering… even science! So grab your bucket of bricks and get ready for some serious LEGO learning fun. Introduce kids to addition with these awesome LEGO addition cards. Make a batch of clever picture puzzles. // I …
The next activity was Missing Letter Name Practice. We started by singing a little song I sing for Jake to teach him how to spell his name. There was a boy that Mama loved and Jacob was his name O, J, A, C, O, B J, A, C, O, B J, A, C, O, B And Jacob was his name O!