Mess-free painting with an added sensory component...Bubble Wrap! This is a great fine motor strengthening activity. MUST try this!!
Quiet time or restaurant activity Put velcro dots on the ends of popsicle sticks. Kids can make letters or shapes over and over again.
great for Working with Words! the students match the upper case letter on the clothes pin with the lower case letter on the card.
Bubble whisking with color!! Fun preschool sensory activity. My daughter loved making pink bubbles!
Fab 'Family' display area - shared by Transforming our Learning Environment into a Space of Possibilities (",)
Use a colorful dish drainer to hold file folders. Use the utensil cup to hold pencils. This is genius.
Type-it is one that they race for. I just took an old keyboard and fancied it up with cutesy stickers. They "type" their words. I get a kick out of watching them do this. Some of my girls take it so seriously and act like they are at the office.
My HomeMade Montessori: Smaller Color Progression Box HomeMade. using clothes pins and paint sample cards + box
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Create a class directory and put it in the writing center. This way students always know how to spell everyone's name.