A permanent marker is a must have in your home for quick toddler and preschool activities. You can draw lines, shapes and letters on paper for your kids to play with and there are many other ways to use a permanent marker in activities.
A permanent marker is great for using in kids activities and can be used in many different ways.
The simplicity of this activity and the fact that it can keep kids busy for a while is why I like this activity. Dot stickers are great to have on hand for fun activities. Kids paste the stickers on the lines, shapes and letters drawn on the paper.
In this activity your kids get to play with dot stickers while your they learn shapes. You can teach them shape names. You can write the shape’s names on the paper and point to every letter. It's a good idea to keep a stash of these dot stickers for loads of fun times.
I like this activity because it is a very simple activity where you only need paint, paper and paint brushes to do the activity with your kids.
This dot stickers heart activity is another fun activity to use dot stickers again and it's also perfect for valentine’s day. You just need dot stickers, paper and a marker to do this activity with your kids. You can also just draw one heart on an a4 paper if you don't have butcher's paper.
Cutting is a skill that is important for kids to learn in a safe and fun way. It teaches fine motor skills and hand eye coordination and kids enjoy the thrill of playing with scissors.
I like the idea of making a fun and educational toy for my son that he can play with over and over again and that actually teach him something. This activity will teach reading and practice fine motor skills.
When we played it we simplified it by writing every letter but the first letter of the sight word on the Popsicle stick. Then we wrote a letter to the clothes pin. That way you can easily teach words with the same ending such as cat and bat.