If you'd like to do more fun and creative activities with your kids but you don't know where to start, this guide is for YOU! Read to find out some basic ideas that will help you and your child get started with art projects, sensory play, small world play, building activities, and other creative fun! This article also includes a section on how to manage your child’s behavior and minimize mess so your creative activities are successful and stress-free! Are you ready to enjoy more creative quality time with your child? #familytime #creativefun #parentingtips
This Apple Orchard Math Play Corner is a perfect addition to any fall or apple theme! It’s easy to make out of a cardboard box and some felt and it allows children to practice basic math skills through dramatic play! Kids can work on counting, ordering, matching, and adding! Perfect for homeschool, preschool or kindergarten!
This fun, fall-themed sensory bin with dyed pasta is cheap and easy to assemble! Stringing pasta on pipe cleaners is a great fine-motor activity as well!
These free printable mini books are a fun way for preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice letter recognition, color words, and basic sight words!
You can support students’ reading outside of school by having them decorate and take home these easy recycled book boxes! Their special boxes are the perfect place to store paper books to reread for fluency practice!!
This cheap and easy DIY light table looks amazing, operates without any plugs or cords, and includes a removable attached sensory bin for a million ways to play!
Who doesn’t have a bin of old, broken crayons lying around? This is the easiest method- from a teacher that’s done it a million times!- for melting your old crayons to make new ones in a variety of awesome shapes!
This one simple trick requires no preparation and very little time, but the impact it will have on your classroom community will blow you away!