Brr. It has been cold here in our neck of the woods and we actually got some snow for the first time this season! So, I am so excited to start doing some fun winter themed activities.
To get you started, I’ve found some fabulous resources that can be use in independent centers. Remember to go over how to do the activity with your kiddo before allowing them to do it independently.
Love the free resources from Busy Bee Kids Printables! Their mazes have varying levels of difficulty. Plus, they have several choices on dot-to-dots. My son will be using our Crayola Dry Erase Activity Center with these printables, which will allow these pages to be used over and over again without having to laminate them. If you don’t have a Crayola Dry Erase Activity Center, then I would suggest laminating them.
To simplify the dot-to-dots for kiddos that struggle with numbers, just connect the larger numbers for them before hand.
I found a easy to create matching game while browsing Pinterest. All you’ll need is some assorted scrap paper and a pair of scissors. Just follow the link below to learn more.
Source: tonsoffunpreschoolactivities.blogspot.com via 2 Teaching on Pinterest
Hope your staying nice and toasty!
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Heidj Salter says
I’m so excited I came across your blog while on Pinterest searching for kid activities. I love the oh-so-doable activity of making a matching game with scrap paper. I’m making it tonight while my little is in bed.