Enrico Devescovi

Enrico Devescovi

Enrico Devescovi
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wedding, green, color, tableau marriage, seating plan

wedding, green, color, tableau marriage, seating plan

wedding altar designs for country rustic outdoor wedding ceremony ideas

wedding altar designs for country rustic outdoor wedding ceremony ideas

37 activities that will keep the kids busy this winter. I particularly like this target for paper airplanes.

37 activities that will keep the kids busy this winter. I particularly like this target for paper airplanes.

Let shadows be your child’s guide for this activity. In the morning (8 a.m.) or late afternoon (4 p.m.), place a table in a sunny spot where long shadows will be cast. Unroll paper (Easel Paper Roll, $14; http://alexbrands.com) along one side of the table, and arrange a variety of objects along the paper’s edge. Have your child trace the shadows with markers.

Let shadows be your child’s guide for this activity. In the morning (8 a.m.) or late afternoon (4 p.m.), place a table in a sunny spot where long shadows will be cast. Unroll paper (Easel Paper Roll, $14; http://alexbrands.com) along one side of the table, and arrange a variety of objects along the paper’s edge. Have your child trace the shadows with markers.

Lavoretti bambini tempere

Lavoretti bambini tempere

Toddler Approved!: Handprint Color Matching Game {Virtual Book Club for Kids}

Toddler Approved!: Handprint Color Matching Game {Virtual Book Club for Kids}

Cute diy kids game idea

Cute diy kids game idea

Sorting & fine motor skills activity, for related pins and resources follow https://www.pinterest.com/angelajuvic/autism-special-needs/

Sorting & fine motor skills activity, for related pins and resources follow https://www.pinterest.com/angelajuvic/autism-special-needs/

Colour Wheel (Teaching kids colors) DO THIS!!! Teach how to make the colours

Colour Wheel (Teaching kids colors) DO THIS!!! Teach how to make the colours

For practice counting and assigning the # to the amount. Do again and again by sweeping up the snowflakes (or whatever is used) and dropping them where they fall.  (Although if it's random there might be two of the same number in which case you'd have to have more clothespins.)

For practice counting and assigning the # to the amount. Do again and again by sweeping up the snowflakes (or whatever is used) and dropping them where they fall. (Although if it's random there might be two of the same number in which case you'd have to have more clothespins.)