Playdough is one of the hallmarks of a happy childhood. At just the mention of it I can instantly smell the salty, floury scent that was so familiar. The wonderful thing about playdough is that it is so versatile. With just a few extra bits
Homemade Play Dough Activity with Mr. Potato Head
Potato Head great idea, especially when the youngsters don't have the fine-motor skills to get the pieces in and out of the holes in the plastic potato.
Where's My Home? A Color Matching Activity. Five friends were playing in the park. Now it's time to go home. But who's house is whose? Children can match the colored popsicle stick people to their matching colored homes
4 Ways to Make your Own Pretend Play Post Office
Preschool post office- great for early literacy & reading readiness!
Lesson Plans to Pots and Pans: At the End of the Rainbow
Magnet fine motor skill activity
The complete set includes - 10 laminated graphism cards - 1 horseshoe magnet durable, high quality (blue or red choice) magnetic balls, color varies or just choose horseshoe of desired color with 2
Candy Apple Color Matching
Simple candy apple color matching activity (busy bag) with a fine motor focus for toddlers and preschoolers that is perfect for fall!
Fall Fine Motor Practice with the Alphabet
Fall Alphabet Jewel Fine Motor Practice by Preschool Inspirations
Invitation to play with pasta and playdough
Here is an invitation to play with pasta and playdough. Great open-ended play idea for children to develop creativity and fine motor skills.
Exploring the Senses~Painting with Tea Bags
Wonderful sensory idea for kids who are blind or visually impaired. Painting with Tea Bags~Explore the senses, practice fine motor skills, and create art with this fun activity for toddlers and preschoolers.