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Feed the frog! Using tweezers or tongs will help your toddler or preschooler develop the fine motor skills needed for using scissors and writing! What a fun activity that uses materials you may already have at home! "Flies" can be made from pom poms or large beads or whatever you wish!

Feed the frog! Using tweezers or tongs will help your toddler or preschooler develop the fine motor skills needed for using scissors and writing! What a fun activity that uses materials you may already have at home! "Flies" can be made from pom poms or large beads or whatever you wish!

Anyone who has a young child or is a teacher for young children, this lady's blog is BRILLIANT with fun learning ideas.

Anyone who has a young child or is a teacher for young children, this lady's blog is BRILLIANT with fun learning ideas.

Jeux à fabriquer pour ateliers autonomes - Les p'tites décos de Lolo

Jeux à fabriquer pour ateliers autonomes - Les p'tites décos de Lolo

fun sorting ideas

fun sorting ideas

Animal tracks.

Animal tracks.

Animaux

Animaux

Les ballons sensoriels                                                                                                                                                      More

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Yazlık ve kışlık giysiler sınıflandırma #eğitici #oyuncak #okulöncesi

Yazlık ve kışlık giysiler sınıflandırma #eğitici #oyuncak #okulöncesi

Make your own Montessori Nuts and Bolts Board to help your child develop their fine motor skill as well as practice sorting. http://mamaguru.com/nuts-and-bolts-board-montessori-diy/

Make your own Montessori Nuts and Bolts Board to help your child develop their fine motor skill as well as practice sorting. http://mamaguru.com/nuts-and-bolts-board-montessori-diy/

Apple Sorting Activity Begin by cutting out apple shapes.  In the example shown, four colors of apples were used: red, green, yellow, light green.  Cut a circle from the center of each apple.  Attach the apples to cardboard tubes using clear tapes.  Collect small objects in colors that match the apples.  Invite children to use tongs or tweezers to sort the objects and drop them in to the correct apple.

Apple Sorting Activity Begin by cutting out apple shapes. In the example shown, four colors of apples were used: red, green, yellow, light green. Cut a circle from the center of each apple. Attach the apples to cardboard tubes using clear tapes. Collect small objects in colors that match the apples. Invite children to use tongs or tweezers to sort the objects and drop them in to the correct apple.