Fun Activities to Help Your Toddler Learn Colors!
Activities to help your toddler learn their colors! A few of these are great for fine motor skills as well! So simple and easy to make and keep baby busy for hours! Our two year old loved all of them!
Cutting Busy Box for Toddlers & Preschoolers - A Crafty LIVing
Heres a little DIY Colour Matching activity I made today using a cardboard egg carton Paint paddle pop sticks Perfect for Colour Recognition Fine Motor Skills acraftylivingtoddler
Creating a Text Rich Environment: Charts & Poems - Babbling Abby
Well, let’s just start off with the bad news. It was 60 degrees today. Brrrrr! The good news? The skinny jeans from last year still fit. I may have been pants-dancin’ around my bedroom, but, hot dang, whatever works! That’s not educational-related or anything, but of course means that recess duty won’t require sunblock and …
Teaching Colors - Blue - Happy Home Fairy
Blue is such a beautiful color! I like to tell my students how God made so many different things in our world blue – the ocean and sky being two huge examples! Here are a few cute ways you can help your students celebrate the color blue… Read The Monster At the End of This Book …
Playdough Color Mixing Activity Inspired by Little Blue and Little Yellow
Explore color mixing with play dough! This sensory activity is inspired by the book Little Blue and Little Yellow by Leo Lionni. Comes with free printable take-home note for parents. #leolionni #kidlit #picturebooks #ece #preschool #playdough #colormixing #colortheory #kindergarten #buggyandbuddy
Using Pocket Charts to Develop C.O.W.
Yesterday, I showed you how I run our Pre-K 'Book Club' enrichment groups. Today, I want to share another great way to practiceConcept of Word: Pocket Charts Using a pocket chart or felt board offers children additional time and space to practice tracking print. We have a pocket chart set up as a center each week. Students visit it during center time, grab pointers, and practice reading the words. Picture clues are important! This Apple pocket chart accomplishes many goals: tracking, sight…
Color Themed Treasure Baskets for Toddlers
Montessori inspired color themed treasure baskets for babies and toddlers. How to make these treasure baskets and why they are great.
Creative Area Ideas for Early Years
Excellent ways to provide an accessible creation station for children and lots of ways to vary art inside the classroom with a variety of materials.
Color Monsters Write the Room
Learning to read color words with your kids? In many classrooms, color words are added to sight word lists or high frequency lists for kids to practice and learn quickly because of how often they will encounter them. This fun color monster write the room activity makes learning color words even more exciting! Color Monsters/Color Words Write the Room Write the room activities are always a huge hit in my class (we have several in our themed writing centers) - the kids are always engaged with…
Easy Color Matching Activity - Busy Toddler
What a great color matching activity! This quick and easy activity for toddlers is perfect. Fine motor skills, matching - a great independent activity!
Flower Color Sorting and Math Activities for Preschool and Pre-K
A flower pot color matching activity that is perfect for your preschool, pre-k, or prekinders or tot school spring or flower themed unit. Kids can practice color identification and sorting as they place the colorful flowers inside the matching flower pots. The flowers can also be sorted by style.*P...