Make Your Own Matching Game Materials: jar lids, construction paper, glue/tape, markers Attach a piece of construction paper to the inside of each lid and create your own matching game by writing letters or numbers on each lid. The skill we are trying to develop with this activity is letter identification.

Make Your Own Matching Game Materials: jar lids, construction paper, glue/tape, markers Attach a piece of construction paper to the inside of each lid and create your own matching game by writing letters or numbers on each lid. The skill we are trying to develop with this activity is letter identification.

36 week Preschool Curriculum (the first weeks she double and triples up on individual letters so that the last portion can focus on more science, etc. I think I will still just do one letter per week to really reinforce it, but I like all the other activity ideas too).

36 week Preschool Curriculum (the first weeks she double and triples up on individual letters so that the last portion can focus on more science, etc. I think I will still just do one letter per week to really reinforce it, but I like all the other activity ideas too).

magnet alphabet chart  - I also printed out simple words, with a picture, that didn't require more than one of each letter due to only having one alphabet on hand.

magnet alphabet chart - I also printed out simple words, with a picture, that didn't require more than one of each letter due to only having one alphabet on hand.

A unique way to explore pumpkins.  Great for fine motor skills, and a fun way to practice using a hammer.

A unique way to explore pumpkins. Great for fine motor skills, and a fun way to practice using a hammer.

Many parents and therapists alike can be perplexed by whether or not a child’s behaviors are resulting from sensory issues or behavior driven.

Many parents and therapists alike can be perplexed by whether or not a child’s behaviors are resulting from sensory issues or behavior driven.

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