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Pre-writing activities - fine motor-strengthening: car zig-zagging but add speech/language targets a Motor Skills Activities, Gross Motor Skills, Sensory Activities, Writing Activities, Preschool Activities, Cars Preschool, Fine Motor Activities For Kids, Sensory Rooms, Finger Gym

Hiphophen

Pre-writing activities - fine motor-strengthening: car zig-zagging but add speech/language targets along the way

Talvivaatteet sanasokkelo Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Finnish Language, Teaching Aids, Pre School, Second Grade, Special Education, Kindergarten, Teacher

Talvivaatteita

Onko teilläkin hanskat ja pipot hukassa? Tulosta hauska sanasokkelo, jonka kätköistä löydät 12 tärkeää talvivaatetta. Vaatteita etsiessä ja värittäessä voitte samalla jutella siitä,...

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Toiminnallista elämää

Koulu alkaa! Kesäsanat osa 1. Ensimmäiset koulupäivät ovat aina sellaista hakemista puolin ja toisin. Tutustumme toisiimme ja luokkam...

Harjoitellaan kuvanlukutaitoa, kuvailemista sekä tarinallista kerrontaa. Finnish Language, Teaching, Kids, Young Children, Boys, Children, Education, Boy Babies, Child

Keksitään kuville tarinat -

Harjoitellaan kuvanlukutaitoa, kuvailemista sekä tarinallista kerrontaa.

19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know 19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know,Learning activities DIY salt tray with alphabet cards. Easy to make and kids have fun. Montessori Activities, Alphabet Activities, Toddler Activities, Fun Activities, Educational Activities, Preschool Ideas, Maria Montessori, Kindergarten Letter Activities, Preschool Literacy Activities

Use a tray filled with salt for tracing practice.

By tracing in the salt* with a pencil eraser, the child can compare his or her letter (or number) to the one shown on the card. It's easy to repeat over and over, and if kept in a tray deep enough, should be mess-free**.*Not for the superstitious teacher, though.**Yeah, kids are messy and never listen so this could end up being messy.