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.

Baking soda, vinegar, food coloring & eye dropper = colorful fun

Easy Toddler Activity for Rainy Days

Cooking with toddlers to make Jam Tarts, what advise would you give to anyone cooking with toddlers or pre-schoolers?

Around the world in 12 dishes - UK - Jam Tarts

Cooking with toddlers to make Jam Tarts, what advise would you give to anyone cooking with toddlers or pre-schoolers?

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Let's pull out a science manipulative today. This was a VERY simple rendering of a skeleton. The backs of the pieces had the medical name and the more common name of the bone. I would just have them piece the skeleton together every so often and then check their work.

Let's pull out a science manipulative today. This was a VERY simple rendering of a skeleton. The backs of the pieces had the medical name and the more common name of the bone. I would just have them piece the skeleton together every so often and then check their work.

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