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Idee in movimento con bottiglie di plastica

Idee in movimento con bottiglie di plastica

Fine motor @Candace Renee Ihrig @Sarah Chintomby Blassingame see we can teach the kiddos with all of our corks!! So um we need to drink up!

The original pin said "fine motor activity" but something about using a sandbox full of wine corks and cooking tongs seems a little wrong to teach your kids fine motor skills!

It was a beautiful day around here, and so I looked out for a unique outdoor activity.  These big foot races were a lot of fun for the girls.  All you do is take shoe boxes and cut holes big enough so your kids can slip their feet in.  Then, you tape the lid to the box, have the kids put them on and race.  I love the idea of… {Read More}

Day #129 - Big Foot Races

Great field day activity or field day game. A simple shoe box turns into loads of fun in this multiple skill building game - Big Foot Relay. Discover all the sensory motor activities involved!

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Water games like this scoop the ball game will make toddlers happy. You'll need a water tray, colored balls, a sieve and water.

Fußball-Training

Fußball-Training

DIY Sensory Boards for Babies and Toddlers from Fun at Home with Kids

DIY Sensory Boards for Babies and Toddlers

DIY Sensory Boards for Babies and Toddlers from Fun at Home with Kids: Fabric Wall Using Plastic Embroidery Hoops

Create an easy to edit weekly assignment sheet for Homeschoolers. What a great idea to place the week's assignments separately for each subject ON the divider for the subject using Post-it® Notes!- Big Family Blessings

Create an Easy to Edit, Homeschool Weekly Assignment Sheet

Create an easy to edit weekly assignment sheet for Homeschoolers. What a great idea to place the week's assignments separately for each subject ON the divider for the subject using Post-it® Notes!

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