Category: Ages 2-6
Idea from http://kidssoup.com/ My toddler enjoyed doingher own tree. As you may have noticed from the past couple of picturesI save the lids from glass jars to use for glue or smallamounts of paint. It makes clean up easy as I just throwthe lid in the rubbish bin when we’re done. Please like & share:
Here are two final picture from our apple unit, again this isfrom kidssoup.com. Match the apple to the right wordfamily tree. There was also a cute matching activity for sight words —match the worm to the apple. We only used a few of thesecards, but can pull it out later when it’s appropriate. Please like & share:
JULY’S POSTINGS ARE ALL PRESCHOOL AND TODDLER RELATED! I have a clear plastic file box (actually now I have two-goingon three!) filled with all kinds of preschool activities. I’ll sharepictures of some of the things I have on hand. These havebeen very well used for the past four months by my 3 yearold and (now) 19 month old. My 19 month old has beenstringing straws for months now! I’ve posted...
Matching foam itemsPracticing Buttoning (I sewed the green felt strips andbuttons onto the blue felt backing.) I don’t remember where I sawthis idea. If you’ve seen this on another blog let me know and I’llprovide the link for others. Straw pieces on plastic string (or pipe cleaners) Please like & share:
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have a water color set and doilies (or paper)ready to go in the preschool box. It’s relativelymess free so I don’t mind setting it up most anytime. I made a felt bear board for the preschool box. Muffin cups and clothes pins, matching by color Please like & share:
Someone on one of the homeschool groups I participate in needed ideas for keeping their toddler busy. I wrote this up and thought I’d put it on the website too. I hope you find these ideas useful. Here’s what I wrote: I have a 17 month old daughter and am wondering just how we’ll get much done when we start back with school in another week. She likes (insists!) on...
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