One Old Project, One New
April 16, 2013 Our classroom was full of flies last week. (Fortunately none of them were real; licensing is due any day now.) The kids, when they arrived last Monday morning, found a hula hoop, full...
Easter Games for Kids
Here in Rochester - and most of the northeast - we will not be having an outdoor egg hunt on Easter. The snow is melting, but the ground is soggier than your socks after some puddle jumping. In preparation for our indoor festivities, my five-year-old helped me put together some fun, kid-tested, and kid-approved Easter games. We hope you find them helpful in planning your Easter festivities. 1. Egg Hunt Players go on a scavenger hunt to find eggs, eggs, and more eggs! Materials needed…
Sensomotoriek - voelmat Je rolt de voelmat uit op de grond. En zet de baby erop. De baby kan dan voelen aan de mat. En op ontdekking gaan en verschillende soorten texturen en materialen voelen. Voor het spel af te sluiten kan je de mat terug oprollen.
Why these Core Muscle Exercises Help Prevent Learning Challenges in the Classroom - Integrated Learning Strategies
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Four Foam Block Building Ideas
I do my best to offer my children a variety of options to facilitate their play, for example, we have six different kinds of blocks, each with their own unique features. The latest addition to our collection was the foam block. While offering a variety of blocks has its benefits, using each kind of block in different ways offers additional advantages for building math and critical thinking skills. Lately we've been using our foam blocks in some non-traditional ways. Floating Structures All…
Scooter Board Activities Fun Deck
Work on upper body and core strength, sensory, motor planning, visual perceptual skills, fine motor skills In the tin: 54 ...
Toe Walking: What Causes it and How You Can Help Your Child - The Inspired Treehouse
One of the most difficult and common child development issues I run across in my pediatric therapy practice is toe walking.
DIY Bean Bag Toss (Cornhole) Game - using a Diaper Box
I took on my first sewing project the other week and made some little 4" bean bags (DIY Mini Bean Bags) for the kids to play with, then my husband said we needed a bean bag toss game to go with it. So, I grabbed a baby diaper box and decided to make my own. It only requires a box, scissors or box cutter, and a measuring tape or ruler. First, I turned the box right side up and cut off the four flaps. Then, I turned it upside down and cut the holes where I wanted. I used an exacto knife and a…