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.

A fun playdough color mixing activity with a free take-home printable! (Based on Leo Lionni's Little Blue and Little Yellow)~ BuggyandBuddy.com

A fun playdough color mixing activity with a free take-home printable! (Based on Leo Lionni's Little Blue and Little Yellow)~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Teach Kids to Follow Directions with 6 FUN Move and Learn Games! Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

Teach Kids to Follow Directions with 6 FUN Move and Learn Games! Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

Community Helpers Themed Printables and Activities | Homeschool Giveaways -- could have used this about 15 years ago:)

Community Helpers Themed Printables and Activities | Homeschool Giveaways -- could have used this about 15 years ago:)

This was another early counting game. We called it "Snakes in their Beds". I've always loved games that use envelopes because a) they're cheap and b) they travel well. You can grab them and have your child do their work in the car. ---which. . .let's face it, is where we spent 90% of our time anyway!

This was another early counting game. We called it "Snakes in their Beds". I've always loved games that use envelopes because a) they're cheap and b) they travel well. You can grab them and have your child do their work in the car. ---which. . .let's face it, is where we spent 90% of our time anyway!

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