A fun creative way to build SO many skills (balance, kinestethia, visual motor, self-regulation)...the list goes on!
What to do with just some lines of tape
Tejiendo a través de un arco iris por Teach Preschool
Para que se proyecte una sombra necesitamos tres elementos: un foco de luz, un volumen y una superficie donde dibujarla. Una vez hayamos reu...
This fishing alphabet activity was very popular with my kids! It's a great way to practice letter identification and letter sounds while having lots of fun!
Sensory play with sand and cardboard tubes
Making and dividing the sand table with the cardboard pieces. The children are creative and imaginative.
Constructing using pool noodles and cardboard boxes. Unlike a lot of the block area play that uses small or medium sized pieces this activity uses large pieces. Great for making tunnels or forts and promoting gross motor movement and development. An adult would need to be cutting holes for the pool noodles if they were not already cut.