Try these simple crafts to help your little ones develop fine motor skills and reinforce concepts, like shapes, size, patterns, colors, numbers and letters.
We love doing Sprinkles crafts (and eating them). When we do letters, I usually have my son write the letters in marker then trace with school glue and then pour on the sprinkles! Don’t forget to use a deep pan or craft tray when doing this at home or sprinkles will go everywhere!
We made these Pom Pom popsicle sticks to practice making shapes and letters and decided to spruce them up with colorful Pom Poms, because, why not? Pom poms make everything more fun! Without a curved line, you can still make about 15 letters and several different shapes depending on how many sticks you make. WeContinue reading “Pom Poms Popsicle Stick Letters”
I’ve had these magnet letters for four years and as you can see they have been well-loved by both kids! We use them to learn the alphabet and learning to blend letter sounds and sight words. I just used the $4 set of Munchkin foam letters and numbers, some craft magnet buttons, and hot glueContinue reading “DIY Foam Alphabet Magnets”
Create this cute and simple popsicle stick alien and “pocket” rocket ship with your toddler or preschooler. Here is what you will need to recreate this at home! For the Alien: Googly eyes (different sizes) 2 Jumbo popsicle sticks 2 regular popsicle sticks Tacky glue Scissors Tape (optional) Tape and/or glue the two Jumbo sticksContinue reading “Shapes Rocket and Alien Craft”
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