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Scribble Doodle and Draw: use paint baggies to practice printing letters, sight words, spelling words, etc.. so many ways!.

Practice Printing Bags

Practice Printing Bags - A great fine motor activity and fun writing practice!...might add this as a choice for my spelling station!

great for math :) We just made the bags with cornstarch and water, basically made thickened water and added food coloring. Another cheap way to do it. I did it in a big batch and cooled it before adding to the bags. Then added food coloring in the bag so we didn't have to cook up multiple batches. We wanted to add glitter too

Bright and colorful sensory bags for preschool

hair gel + food coloring = great OT/sensory play (add in color and letter/sound recognition and spelling for older kids who still need the OT) Used this for my preschool class...they loved it.just make sure you tape them shut or they will pop them :)

draw your sight words in a paint bag...make sure to tape the bag closed and use on a tray to prevent a possible mess!

Tacky and the Emperor Book Companion

Save money by buying the BUNDLE. A book companion with 4 different activities to practice sequencing, reading comprehension, writing, and more with Tacky the Penguin and the Emperor. What is included? Practice sorting and sequencing the events in the story with 10 different graphic organizers a different, fun, and effective sequencing craft a fun and effective sorting activity about story elementsOther supplies you'll need: the book sandwich baggie construction paperYou might also like…