Multi sensory

Collection by Liesl Thompson

Liesl Thompson
math games using dice a well a many links to a variety of printable dice." --Just in case my school does not have dice for math manipulatives, I can make them! Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Kinesthetic Learning, Math Literacy, Preschool Learning, Math Teacher, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Ideas


40+ Resources for Dice and Everything Dice Related. Educational of course! :-) #elemchat #spedchat #dice #spinners #mathchat Kids love dice and seeing dice means fun. Below are some really neat...

Indoor Play for Babies/Toddlers: White rice + food coloring + rubbing alcohol = Rainbow rice! A less messy alternative to sandboxes. Fill a large tub and they could dig all day during the cold months. Fun Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Rainbow Rice, Rainbow Waffles, Sensory Play, Sensory Table, Sensory Bins, Rubbing Alcohol, Craft Activities

Rainbow Rice & Garden Sensory Play

I loved this book & garden themed sensory play idea from Playful Learning. Planting a Rainbow is a new book to me and my group. I immedia...

Magic Spoon idea for cvc words - final letters on paper and first letter on a Magic Golden Spoon! This activity can be modified per grade level for elementary grades. Example is from a kindergarten class. This activity is to help with phonics. Kindergarten Reading, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Kids Learning, Kindergarten Literacy Activities, Learning Spanish, Phonics Games For Kids, Fun Phonics Activities, Phonemic Awareness Kindergarten

Magic spoon! free printable :)

I recently saw this great idea on PINTEREST.....I knew I wanted to make my own. This is such a fun, cheap and easy center to make for word ...

For Me: Teaching a Child To Hold a Pencil A trick to teach kids how to hold their pencil the correct way. Who knew?A trick to teach kids how to hold their pencil the correct way. Who knew? Teaching Writing, Teaching Resources, Preschool Writing, Teaching Ideas, Kids Education, Special Education, Preschool Activities, Kids Learning, Motor Activities

Works For Me: Teaching a Child To Hold a Pencil

I cannot take an ounce of credit for today's little tip--my son's preschool teacher taught it to me years ago. It's such a good one, I couldn't keep it to myself. You probably know how hard it can be to communicate to a child exactly how a pencil should sit...

Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks! (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.) used PreK classroom math/everyday life centers Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Preschool, Classroom Ideas, Math Stations, Math Centers, Build Math, Fact Families

Anne Gardner's Educational Resources

Building Fact Families Awhile back, I saw a great idea from Margaret at KinderJourney . She was using clothes pins and craft sticks t...

Montessori At Home: buy a bunch of cheap pegs then add alphabet. Print cards with words on them & laminate. Fine motor skills, language and literacy. Free Activities For Kids, Literacy Activities, Educational Activities, Crafts For Kids, Spelling Activities, Activities For 4 Year Olds, Time Activities, Literacy Centers, Diy Crafts

Clothes Pin Words

A homemaking blog for the practical homemaker. A source of recipes, cleaning tips, DIY, and encouragement.

word work - 40 FREE CVC and CCVC/CVCC cards to create your own Build It-Write It cards. Great for small group instruction or for literacy centers! Classroom Freebies, Classroom Fun, Future Classroom, Kindergarten Literacy, Literacy Activities, Literacy Skills, Activity Centers, Literacy Centers, Literacy Stations

Build It- Write It Cards for CVC and CVCC/CCVC Words - Make Take & Teach

A few months ago, my good friend Keri from the Sweet Life of Teaching was preparing for a training that she was about to offer. On the table was a roll of vinyl chalkboard paper (I’ve never seen or heard of it until this time). As she was describing what it was and how she uses it in […]

The Lesson Plan Diva: FREE Dice Games Greater Than or Less Than- could use with fractions- 2 die bigger number as denominator Math Worksheets, Math Resources, Math Activities, Printable Math Games, Early Finishers Activities, Addition Worksheets, Therapy Activities, Free Printables, Classroom Freebies

More FREE dice games! - The Lesson Plan Diva

Just laminate and have the kids complete with dry erase markers. My kids play these all the time when they finish their work early or during centers. I use my huge extra large foam dice to make it even more fun! Here my

Sight word "hockey" - read the word and take a chance at a goal with a flick of the finger. Fine motor challenge and sight word practice! Sight Word Practice, Sight Word Games, Sight Word Activities, Sight Words, Classroom Activities, Phonics Activities, Speech Language Therapy, Speech And Language, Language Arts

Fun Learning Printables for Kids

Fun children's learning activities, including printable templates, for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school kids.

Here's a terrific idea for working on subtraction. Includes subtraction work mat, number sentences, and recording sheet. Could use when working on addition too. Subtraction Kindergarten, Subtraction Activities, In Kindergarten, Math Activities, Numeracy, Math Gs, Fun Math, Math Stations, Math Centers

Moving on to Subtraction! (freebies)

We recently started teaching the kiddos the basics of subtraction. To help out I made this subtraction mat. Here are some pictures to hel...

Using a Gel board to build handwriting skills - Board with hair gel! Cheap and fun! Add cotton swabs to build fine motor skills Classroom Activities, Preschool Activities, Kids Education, Special Education, Montessori, Kindergarten Writing, Early Literacy, Early Childhood Education, Writing Skills

Our New Gel Board

Mrs. Burns made us a gel board! There is so much we can do with our new board but today we started with letter formations and loved it! ...

Difficulties with sensory processing disorder. May co-occur with ADHD or autism (Or be present om its own. Autism Sensory, Sensory Activities, Therapy Activities, Sensory Play, Sensory Motor, Calming Activities, Sensory Rooms, Motor Activities, Sensory Diet

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)

Found this helpful chart on facebook, thought it was a good share: Children with ASD often times have SPD. LJ was diagnosed with SPD as we...