Free Apple Playdough Mats

Free Apple Playdough Mats

Activity for ages 2 to 5. We love playdough recipes and activities! With fall just around the corner, it's the perfect time to whip up a batch of oh-so-yummy green apple playdough and get some hands-on number practice. These free apple playdough mats are a...

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Fine Motor Water Activity for Toddlers

Fine Motor Water Activity for Toddlers

Activity for ages 2 to 5. With the summer heat coming on in full force, it's time to cool off with a fun fine motor water activity designed specifically for toddlers! It's a simple, easy prep, engaging fine motor project toddlers will love. Even with the summer...

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Free Alphabet Printables

Free Alphabet Printables

Activities for ages 3 to 5. These free alphabet printables are perfect for young learners! Help children identify beginning sounds, lowercase letters and uppercase letters with a colorful alphabet chart, clip it cards and letter matching puzzles. Snag your set below...

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15 Clever Counting Cards

15 Clever Counting Cards

Counting cards are an easy prep, fun way to help kids practice number sequence, one-to-one correspondence, number recognition and {of course} counting! These 15 counting cards are our favorite freebies from across the web. They're creative, engaging and...

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Watermelon Counting Cards

Watermelon Counting Cards

Activity for ages 3 to 5. Use these watermelon counting cards to help your preschooler or soon-to-be kindergartener practice number sequencing, number recognition, counting and one-to-one correspondence in a fun way. Kids will love the...

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4th of July Bracelets

4th of July Bracelets

Activity for ages 3 to 6. My recently turned four year old loves to get glammed up by making her own jewelry, and with the 4th of July approaching, we thought making some patriotic patterned bracelets, which is such a great fine motor activity, would be...

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Clip-On Paint Chip Names

Clip-On Paint Chip Names

Activity for ages 3 to 5. My almost 3 year old is obsessed with his name so, to help him practice spelling it, I headed to my local hardware store. With just a few supplies, I quickly whipped out this paint chip clothespin name activity.  Its a good thing...

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LEGO Pattern Cards

LEGO Pattern Cards

Activity for ages 3 to 6. Have some LEGO fans in your home or classroom? These free LEGO pattern cards make math super fun for kids. Just print the pattern cards {below}, grab your stash of LEGOs and you're ready for some motivating, hands-on pattern...

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Alphabet Clip Cards

Alphabet Clip Cards

Activities for ages 3 to 6. In just a few minutes every day, you can help kids have an easy and smooth transition to kindergarten. These alphabet clip cards are a hands-on way to make upper and lowercase letter matching fun for preschoolers....

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If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Counting Cards

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Counting Cards

The simple humor in Laura Numeroff's whitty children's books makes them fun for kids and grown ups alike. After reading the classic "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" a few days ago, I pulled out a little surprise for my kids: a set of cookie counting cards in serious...

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Building LEGO Names

Building LEGO Names

What better way to get kids really looking at how letters are built than by constructing them with LEGOS?! This hands-on name activity is a great preschool work station, name game or afternoon project. Folllow below and then hop over and grab our bundle of best...

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Frozen Puzzles

Frozen Puzzles

Activity for ages 3 to 5. Many kids {including my own!} are big fans of the movie "Frozen". In this activity, Disney's famous characters, Elsa and Olaf, come to life when preschoolers put together a Frozen puzzle that gives them practice counting from one to...

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Pumpkin ABC Tracing

Pumpkin ABC Tracing

Activity for ages 3 to 5. Pumpkin letter tracing is a fun fall ABC game and fine motor activity in one. As kids trace alphabet letters with candy pumpkins, they build hand-eye coordination, hand strength and letter formation skills they'll use for writing words...

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Marshmallow Geometry

Marshmallow Geometry

Activity for ages 4 to 6. Marshmallow geometry is a fun way to teach the names and characteristics of 2D shapes including triangles, rectangles and squares. Kids love having the chance to build 2D shapes with food and grown ups love watching children practice...

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Race to Twenty LEGO Game

Race to Twenty LEGO Game

Activity for ages 4 to 5. My boys are big LEGO fans so I love using them to sneak in some reading and math practice when I can. This LEGO Game: Race to Twenty was a low prep, fun way to help Big Brother {4.5} work on those tricky teen numbers. Getting Ready...

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Magic Pipe Cleaners

Magic Pipe Cleaners

Activity for ages 3 to 6. From making a rainbow in a jar to whipping up a batch of fizzy bath bombs, we've been doing plenty of fun kids' science projects lately. Our newest science experiment, Magic Pipe Cleaners, is a simple prep,...

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100+ Preschool Activities

100+ Preschool Activities

Activities for 3 to 5 year olds. I love finding preschool activities that make learning fun for my kids - science projects, math games, ABC games... you name it, I'm a fan. That's why I was excited to pull together a list of more than 100 of...

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Squeeze Bottle Salt Writing

Squeeze Bottle Salt Writing

Activity for ages 3 to 7 This activity is perfect for developing fine motor skills. This salt writing project was a creative and fun fine motor skills activity perfect for building the hand muscles my boys will use later when they're writing. I was excited to play it...

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LEGO Word Families

LEGO Word Families

Activity for ages 4 to 6. My boys have been on a LEGO kick the last few weeks. The other day, as I watched them play, an idea popped into my mind: in addition to building THINGS with this favorite toy, they could also build WORDS. Later that evening, I pulled out...

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