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How to make colored pasta - This dyed pasta is so AWESOME for kids crafts! It's also a great sensory activity that can be used to teach sorting, counting, and patterns. So fun!!

How to make colored pasta - This dyed pasta is so AWESOME for kids crafts! It's also a great sensory activity that can be used to teach sorting, counting, and patterns. So fun!!

So many fun and free busy bag ideas - perfect for keeping those toddlers busy!

So many fun and free busy bag ideas - perfect for keeping those toddlers busy!

DIY Fun With Grass Seeds And Sponges

DIY Fun With Grass Seeds And Sponges

Interesting, and doable.

Interesting, and doable.

Fly Swatter Painting- process art for preschoolers and toddlers.

Fly Swatter Painting- process art for preschoolers and toddlers.

A fun toilet paper roll art activity for kids. Use felt tip pens, duct tape and a cardboard tube to create an experimental 'scribbler'.

A fun toilet paper roll art activity for kids. Use felt tip pens, duct tape and a cardboard tube to create an experimental 'scribbler'.

Get the bubble wrap and start stomping with this painting craft!

Get the bubble wrap and start stomping with this painting craft!

DIY Photo Name Puzzle (Love to Learn Linky #30) | Totschooling - Toddler and Preschool Educational Printable Activities

DIY Photo Name Puzzle (Love to Learn Linky #30) | Totschooling - Toddler and Preschool Educational Printable Activities

This is something I did in my classroom this year when I was talking to my preschool class about how we are all different, yet the same. It is a wall display of the children in my preschool classroom. The children were asked to search for their own eyes and when the parents came in later that day, I asked them to find their child's eyes too!

This is something I did in my classroom this year when I was talking to my preschool class about how we are all different, yet the same. It is a wall display of the children in my preschool classroom. The children were asked to search for their own eyes and when the parents came in later that day, I asked them to find their child's eyes too!