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Fingerpaint Sensations Alphabet

It’s almost time for Back to School! …And that means getting to know new students through their names. In order to spell their names correctly, students will need to begin their literacy lessons. 586 more words


The development of fine motor skills in young children

What are motor skills?

The development of strong fine motor skills is essential for young children. Motor skills are a term given to the movements of the body. 473 more words


Bandu (Bausack)

Bandu (or Bausack abroad) is a dexerity game for people of all ages. It moves quickly, accommodates up to 6 players, and is able to be modified easily and in many ways. 882 more words

Area of Development - Fine Motor

Indicators typical for a child between the ages of 3 and 5 for this area:

  • Uses hands with increasing control and precision for a variety of purposes …
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Getting the fingers working again!

So, I have decided that getting the fingers to work again after a stroke is one of the greatest challenges.  I would love to hear from people about what worked for you.   75 more words


Sensory Learning - What and Why?

Have you scrolled through Pinterest lately and seen all the preschool or parenting boards related to sensory play? Usually it involves some beautifully crafted photos featuring a young child participating in a hands-on activity, but sensory learning is so much more than just getting dirty. 490 more words

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Handwriting Strokes


Summer is over and back to work for me. I spent a lot of time over the break developing new resources.

I wanted to create something to focus on basic strokes for Kindergarten and Pre-K.  215 more words