Using Legos to Learn Sight Words and How to Read and Sound Out Words

1st-pic-learning-sight-words-and-reading-with-legosLearn how to use Duplo and Lego Blocks to get your child to learn his or her sight words. Also learn how to use them to help your child learn to form and sound out words. This is a lot of fun!

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How to Make a Changing Story Board

How to Make a Changing Story BoardToday I’m going to show you how to make a changing story board. You can bring your stories to life by using your creativity and a little bit of imagination. As the story evolves you can change your story board to depict the story you are trying to tell to your family and friends. You will actually have moveable figures and changeable backgrounds for your story…. what better way to actually tell your story than to have visuals. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.

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How to Make a St. Patrick’s Day Matching Game

St. Patrick’s Day will be here before you know it…. so in the spirit of that this craft is all about St. Patrick’s Day. In this post I will be showing you how to make a St. Patrick’s Day Matching Game. This craft is perfect for the Preschool crafter as this game is all about matching the size of each shape of the shamrocks. Get a couple Preschoolers together and listen to them giggle as they try to match the shape of the shamrocks. So, with that being said…. let’s get started.

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How to Make a Paper Strip Dreidel – With Dreidel Game Instructions

How to Make a Paper Strip DreidelI have a cool craft for you today. I’m going to show you how to make a Paper Strip Dreidel. This Dreidel craft actually produces a Dreidel that actually spins. Not just spins…. but spins amazingly well. So well in fact that I also am giving you the Dreidel game instructions so that you can use your Paper Strip Dreidel to play with your friends. So grab the materials needed and let’s get started.

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Making an Alphabet Letters Memory Game from Milk Jug Caps with Printables and Instructions for Kids

Making a Memory Game from Bottle Caps with Printables and Instructions for KidsToday I will show you how to make a really cool Memory game that is great for any age child, but especially good for preschoolers and Kindergarteners who are still working on Alphabet Letters recognition. If you don’t have enough caps, you could also use coins, checkers, cardboard, or whatever else you have lying around the house.

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Make a Groundhogs Day Board Game Crafts Idea for Kids

This activity starts as a coloring page, then a craft, and finally a board game to play with friends or family. We have provided you with two templates to print out: a game board and a sheet of six movers.

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Make Easter Counting Game Craft Activities for Preschoolers & Young Kids

Here’s a fun game to learn counting this Easter. This craft can also be done as a group activity, every child makes one basket and in the end the kids can play a game of putting the right number of Easter bunnies in each basket.

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Easy Easter Basket Craft for Kids to Fill with Treats

bunny-basket-finishedIf you’ve had a new addition to the family, are having an unexpected guest, or just don’t have enough Easter baskets around the house, here is a simple an inexpensive way to create your own Easter basket to fill with goodies and put on display.

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How to Make an Alphabet Letters Tactile Guessing Game with Your Preschoolers or Autistic Children

Have the child close his eyes and feel letters to guess for Alphabet Letters Tactile Guessing Game CraftToday we are going to how to play a fun Montessori game that promotes good hand writing skills while also helping kids to learn the alphabet on their own. This is an educational, yet fun arts and craft activity for both you and your young children to do together. This crafts idea is beneficial for preschoolers, kindergarteners, as well as children who are autistic / on the spectrum / or those who have sensory disorders. (even older children enjoy it).

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