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Torn Paper Owlets - We began by drawing the owl step-by-step and ripping brown paper to create the owl's feathers. Ripping the paper was a great way to work on fine motor skill development. The students practiced cutting by tracing two cups for the yellow

Free printable Road Letters. Use your child's love of cards to encourage him or her to learn the letters of the alphabet! This is a great tool for helping kids practice writing letters with the correct stroke order. || Gift of Curiosity

ALPHABET (R) (W) Free printable Road Letters. Use your child's love of cards to encourage him or her to learn the letters of the alphabet! This is a great tool for helping kids practice writing letters with the correct stroke order.

**FREE** Trace The Line Pattern to Water the Flowers Worksheet. Help your child develop their pre-writing and fine motor skills with My Teaching Station "Trace The Line Pattern to Water the Flowers" printable tracing worksheet.

**FREE** Trace The Line Pattern to Water the Flowers Worksheet. Help your child develop their pre-writing and fine motor skills with My Teaching Station "Trace The Line Pattern to Water the Flowers" printable tracing worksheet.

The manipulative for this weeks #ToolsForLearning is small toys. I couldn't resist making a play activity based on Adam's favourite small toy of all time - the toy car! As we have very few shape adventures I decided to create a Learning Shapes With Toy Cars activity.

Learning Shapes With Toy Cars. Create your own shaped road tracks using black sandpaper. Teach your toddler or preschooler their shapes with a triangle, square, circle, rectangle, pentagon and octagon road track.

*FREE* Learn basic shapes by coloring, tracing, and finally connecting the dots to draw the shape with this printable worksheet.

Learn the basic shapes by coloring, tracing, connecting the dots and finally drawing each shape with My Teaching Station printable Learning Basic Shapes worksheet.

Gefällt 47 Mal, 5 Kommentare - @grundschule_ahoi auf Instagram: „Mathe mit allen Sinnen, hier mit dem Tastsinn: Zahlen (mit dem Finger auf dem Knopf) nachspuren.…“

Gefällt 47 Mal, 5 Kommentare - @grundschule_ahoi auf Instagram: „Mathe mit allen Sinnen, hier mit dem Tastsinn: Zahlen (mit dem Finger auf dem Knopf) nachspuren.…“