Rainbow Sensory Bag * ages 2+ ⋆ Raising Dragons
This rainbow sensory bag is a fun sensory activity that improves color & pattern recognition & fine motor skills in toddlers, preschoolers & kindergarteners
how to teach kids where in the world they live - teach mama
how to teach kids where in the world they live by using simple circles to show the planet, continent, country, state, city, street, home! free printable.
Penguin Science Experiment
Have you ever wondered how penguins stay warm and dry in frigid waters of Antarctica? This fun and easy Penguin Science Experiment will show your students how the flightless birds stay dry in the cold temperatures and icy waters. This science experiment (with different ways to do this experiment and...
Alphabet Book for Preschoolers | From ABCs to ACTs
Learn the ABCs with our Free Alphabet Book for Preschoolers. Enhance fine motor skills and letter recognition while creating cool alphabet letter crafts.
7 Different Ways to Use Dot Markers - Teaching Where You're Called
My kids and I looooove using dot markers! Not only do they help kids with their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, but there is really no clean-up for Mom! Yep – no paintbrushes, no water cups, no paint pallets – it’s simply the dot markers and the paper. Seriously, it can’t get much easier than that when it comes to art! I love that the dot markers can be used for skill-focused activities as well as free creative expression. The boys love the bright colors and the ease of use –…
Alphabet Tracing Worksheets for Preschool and Kindergarten
These alphabet tracing worksheets are perfect for students who are just learning their letters, or for a fun review! Each page includes an item for each letter that can be traced and colored, along with a header that tells the student what letter it stands for. They are great for centers, indoor rec...
Chester the Raccoon Paper Plate Craft - Simply Kinder
This Chester the Raccoon Paper Plate Craft is a fun and simple book-inspired activity for children to do at the beginning of the school year.
If You Give a Cat a Cupcake Storytime
I started out our storytime by reading my kids If You Give a Cat a Cupcake. Then I let them decorate cupcakes with frostings and toppings. ...
Letter Recognition Grab Bag with Free Printables
Fill a letter grab bag and pair with our free alphabet printables for a fun way to teach letter recognition and strengthen fine motor skills!
Fine Motor in Kindergarten
Hi everyone! It's Kelly from My Fabulous Class. I imagine many of you are settling back into school...and I know a few of you are STILL enj...
Sorting Magnetic Letters Helps Teach the Alphabet in a Fun, Easy Way
Sorting magnetic letters is an easy, hands-on way to teach the alphabet in preschool and kindergarten. Use free magnetic letter sorting mats with the kids.
Free Alphabet Bracelets
Alphabet Bracelets (FREE) Letters a, b, c, d, e ***LOVE THIS SAMPLE? GRAB THE WHOLE SET!*** Alphabet Bracelets and Worksheets Your students will love making and/or receiving these lively paper alphabet bracelets. Use them as a tool for reinforcement, a reward or busy work... it's up to you! Easy t...
DIY Bouncy Balls - Easy Tutorial to Make Super Bouncy Balls!
Learn to make your own DIY bouncy balls. This easy tutorial will show you how to make clear super bouncy balls. Just 3 common ingredients! Click now!
Science Activities for Preschoolers - The Empowered Provider
Planning science activities for preschoolers that are meaningful can be difficult. Try out these hands-on activities that make science fun!
Alphabet Punch Cards
These alphabet punch cards are a fun way for kids to practice their letter recognition while also working on their fine motor skills.