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This would be a fun idea for kids and a great use for all those toilet paper rolls I can't throw away! Chopsticks or tweezers for fine motor skills, used to pick up and drop pom-poms into color matched toilet paper rolls.

Teach colors and numbers in one kid's game  http://thegardeningcook.com/teach-your-kids-colors-shapes-concepts/

Kristina's Quiet Book

Instead of numbers write the color word on the bottles. Sort pom-poms by color. Empty each bottle and count the pom-poms. Then record how many pom-poms were in each bottle. Add the two colors together for addition practice.

Sensory "play" for developing fine motor skills and letter/number familiarity eye/hand coordination - eye tracking and "copying."  So good for so many skills!

Had when i worked in a preschool and kids love them! I would use colored sand instead of white salt. DIY salt tray with alphabet cards. Easy to make and kids have fun smoothing out the salt after correctly making the letter

Straws, shoelaces and fine motor skills in children. Create patterns while practicing fine-motor skills

Straws, shoelaces and fine motor skills in children. Create patterns while practicing fine-motor skills. Kids practice cutting skills when they cut the straws themselves.

Feed the Alphabet Monster- great activity for little one's to practice letter recognition and even spelling! @icanteachmychil Repined by @CSHC

Feed the Alphabet Monster

Feed the Alphabet Monster: Repurpose bottle caps for this alphabet activity! Children will identify letters as they feed the alphabet monster.

Sorting game

Balloon Color Bop~ A fun, easy, way for your child to learn their colors! Every kid L-O-V-E-S balloons! What you need: 2 (or more) baskets the balloons to your number of Baskets Multi-Colored Construction Paper Enjoy!

Color sort game. Repinned by AutismClassroom.com Follow us at http://www.pinterest.com/autismclassroom/

What a fun sorting game for toddlers using fruit loops. Put them in by color or try tossing them into their colored circles. Get them to say each color as they get it.

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