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Pre-Primer Sight Words Playdough Mats {FREE} for Kindergarten Word Work. They can also be used as flash cards (print 4 on 1 page), tracing cards with a dry-erase marker, with wikki sticks, dot-paints. Could also make TACTILE cards by gluing colored sand on the letters and children can finger trace the words... Heaps of uses for these!

Do-A-Dot Letter Printables- she has uppercase and lowercase! We didn't have the dot markers, but we had some small foam cylinders we had bought in the Target dollar spot that worked great for this. Could also use those garage sale stickers- GREAT fine motor activity!!

from Mom Inspired Life

Roll and Dot the Number Printable

Roll and Dot the Number is a quick preschool math game that will teach kids to identify numbers and count while learning one to one correspondence.

I like that it is BIG on the wall. I can see kids working together to find words. It could be up all week so see how many words we can collectively find. Great fast finisher activity

Behold, what I have seen to be good and fitting is to eat and drink and find enjoyment in all the toil with which one toils under the sun the few days of his life that God has given him, for this is his lot. (Ecclesiastes 5:18)

from Gadgetwise Blog

Finding Good Apps for Children With Autism

Finding Good Apps for Children with Autism -- NYTimes 2011 Leo Rosa, son of Shannon Des Roches Rosa, of Redwood City, Calif., plays with Spot the Dot, an educational app for the iPad that has been shown to work well with children who have autism.