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TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - Name Art: what a fun way for kids to practice cutting, gluing, and tracing their names. Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read.

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could also be done with fabric scraps on an old tee or placemat

een bloesemboom gemaakt van stevig papier, bruine verf en gepofte popcorn

Spring Blossom Tree Preschool Craft--just did this to teach them about trees. i showed them a picture of a REAL apricot tree with all of the popcorn looking blossoms, we made this popcorn tree, and then we sang popcorn popping.

I like these mosaics..I did some this year with Kindergarten with square pieces but didn't allow the kids to leave space between them...I really like these ones on black paper!

Paper mosaic initials - great way to use up leftover paper scraps! I am feeling an end of the year craft lesson :)

Preschool Counting Activities ~ Counting Carrots http://www.housingaforest.com/preschool-counting-activities-counting-carrots/

Preschool Counting Activities ~ Counting Carrots--I did this as a assessment. Finger painting brown, planting a seed, growing carrots.then rolling dice and putting that number of greens on top.

Marshmallow Names from www.fun-a-day - A FUN way for kiddos to learn about their names this winter!

Winter Crafts for Kids - Marshmallow Names

Looking for FUN winter crafts for kids? These marshmallow names are so simple to make, but they teach children important early learning concepts. ** To view further for this article, visit the image link.

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

Developing Fine Motor Skills

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

Bingo Dot Names in #preschool and #kindergarten

Name Activities for Preschool

Top 20 name activities for teaching children to recognize their names in preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten. Fun hands-on learning activities for kids.

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