(Above) I spy letter jar with cards and stickers. They can mark off the cards with stickers as they spy letters in the jar. I took letter beads and immersed them in a jar o’ grits . The cards came from childcareland.com along with the idea for the activity. You can find it under “alphabet discovery bottle”.I took these wooden figures from a German board game and downloaded the flag sorting mat from childcareland.com. I chopped off the heading of the mat and laminated it for tailored use.We used the tray above to make name bracelets.This tray calls for sticking the tickets into the slot of the piggy bank. Good for developing that pincer grasp.A simple pouring exercise.
A simple scooping exercise.Stringing pasta on a pipe cleaner.Cutting stripsSorting hot and cold. I found this mat online. Sorting bugs by number of legs.I spy bottle with stickers and a mark-off sheetClipping paper clips- a transfer activity. Very good for developing the pincer grasp.Counting exercise I made from one of the box type activity centers. I basically took the box apart and used it side to make individual activities. I covered the hodgepodge base with felt and used a t-shirt fabric marker to write the numbers on.Skip counting sort I found at homeschoolcreations.com.
I found this money game here. The site where I found this game has some awesome printables!
A kid in action: