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Counting Toys for 2 Year Olds - More Than Just for Counting

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Counting Toys for 2 Year Olds - More Than Just for Counting

When I was a preschool teacher many years ago I would use one toy in many different ways. This was for several reasons. One, it was economic. Two, it encouraged children to try new experiences. Three, it added variety to the play. Four, toys used in different settings enhance different skills. This is not brilliant in any manner. Children do this naturally. If you give a child a small cardboard box it may become a mouse house or a treasure chest or a boat or decorated like aflower. Many counting toys for 2 year olds can be versatile in this...

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Linking Heart Activity for V-Day

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Linking Heart Activity for V-Day

SHARE THE LOVE!  A quick fine motor activity to do with your preschooler!  This heart activity works for Valentine’s Day or any day to show you care.    SUPPLIES YOU WILL NEED: 1 sheet of cardstock paper Pair of scissors Crayon/pencil/marker A Set of Links Hole Puncher    PLAY IDEAS: Cut different shapes – stars, squares Sort the links by color as you put them in Count the links  We hope you and your little ones enjoy!

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A Beary Happy Valentine's Day Fine Motor Activity

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A Beary Happy Valentine's Day Fine Motor Activity

    Bear-y Hearts is a simple and fun Valentine’s Day activity that you can do with your kids. It is a great opportunity for children to develop their fine motor skills while you spend some quality time together. We love this activity because it incorporates so many fine motor activities all in one project that is fun for both toddlers who may need more assistance and for preschool age children who can do it all by themselves. You get to cut, count, match sort and so much more! For the homeschool, you can integrate this activity into a science...

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