Small Motor Flower Activity For todays Take-A-Minute-Tuesday I wanted to do some sort of small motor activity for my kids that has a hint of spring.
This is a ridiculously obvious activity. However, if you are like me you probably haven’t taken advantage of the greatness that is the egg hunt. There is no need to wait until Easter morning! PLEASE! Let’s make the joy of finding colorful plastic eggs last all year round…or at least a week or two. For
Here is a lovely seasonal sensory bin. I have done this multiple times and it is always a big hit. I think because those lovely little cranberries float instead of sink. The children always highly enjoy it! Some tool ideas: nets, tongs, whisk, noodle getter outer (yup thats its name), Handy Helper tool, baster, measuring
Here is a simple sensory play. It also is a ridiculously fun way to work on scissors cutting. All you need is: straws scissors bin (optional) Hand your child some scissors and a straw and let them practice their snipping. The best part about cutting straws is quite often the small piece you snip ends