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Practice matching colors with this FREE printable! Preschool color sorting and recognition activity.

Matching Colors When You Only Have A Minute

Practice matching colors with this FREE printable! Preschool color sorting and recognition activity. I would hang this on the wall and have just one matching picture attached with velcro for the kids to mix and match for color recognition!

Felt Button Chain - Simple Busy Bag developing fine motor skills, colour recognition & learning a practical self-care task! Perfect for Toddlers & Preschoolers! www.acraftyliving.com

Felt Button Chain Busy Bag for Toddlers & Preschoolers!

Could use this to build buttoning fluency DIY Felt Button Chain - Simple Busy Bag developing fine motor skills, colour recognition & learning a practical self-care task! Perfect for Toddlers & Preschoolers!

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Fine motor play from recycled materials - Toilet paper rolls, egg cartons and tape - all you need is a few recyclables for this fine motor pom pom play! (via Teach Me Mommy)

Manualidadebebess para bebés

5 manualidades para bebés de juegos sensoriales

Baby sensory play for a 6 to 9 month old baby. Wrap cling wrap around a canvas and have the baby smoosh away with their hands and feet. So much fun and minimal mess.

simple and engaging fine motor activity using buttons and pattern lines

Fine Motor Work Station or Centre Activity

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Create your own mini washing line to develop pincer grip and finger/hand strength - placing pegs on washing line to hang clothes.

Actividades para trabajar la motricidad fina

Everyday Fine Motor Materials – P is for Paperclip (Busy Bag) - shopping bag, plain black shoulder bag, grey bag *ad

Упражнение на развитие мелкой моторики

PATTERNS Preschool Pattern Towers - playdough, bamboo skewers, straw pieces // Frugal Fun for Boys

DIY Montessori Fine Motor Activities | Low to No Cost via @Rachel B | Racheous - Lovable Learning

DIY Montessori Fine Motor Activities

Structured Play: Learning Colors

Creative Curriculum Objectives: 28 Have students sort object pictures by color. Discuss the different colors and how many objects of each color were found. Create a collage for each color or have the student think of another object that could be

Ball füttern Für Kleinkind die Öffnung größer machen und Vorsicht bei den Kleinteilen

„Und rein in die Schnute!“

an idea for Sam. OT activity: An old tennis ball makes a great "eater" for transferring dried beans -- strengthening little hands while building hand-eye coordination.

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