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These are great!  Its a little tricky, but if you are careful you can put some dye in the jellyfish too :-D so cool.

Funny pictures about Homemade plastic jellyfish. Oh, and cool pics about Homemade plastic jellyfish. Also, Homemade plastic jellyfish.

Tolle, lehrreiche und verspielte Methoden, um Klein- und Vorschulkindern das Zählen und Lesen beizubringen... 8 kleine Ideen! - DIY Bastelideen

sand tray for literacy. Cards can go inside tray to scaffold learning, also using a medium that raises the written letter up so children can feel first then trace in sand

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Alphabet Coloring Pages - great idea for baby shower! Print all the letters on cardstock or heavier paper. Have guests color the pages anyway they like and sign a message for baby on the back. Have the pages laminated and bound into a keepsake book!

10 More Ways to Learn with Legos - From ABCs to ACTs

10 More Ways to Learn with Legos

A freezer or zipper bag, acrylic paint and a cotton bud... The perfect tool to practise mark making and letter formation. Love it!

Paint Bag Writing Tablet - Put some finger paint or tempera paint into a sturdy freezer ziploc bag. Seal it well and smoosh the paint around the entire bag. Children can practice writing letters or sight words.

connect the dots page

This Uppercase N connect the dots page features a dot to dot puzzle to help teach kids the alphabet.

Name soup

Kids love to play fishing games. Here's a twist that combines the fine motor practice inherent in fishing with letter recognition. This game recycles bottles caps and uses an improvised fishing pole. So simple and fun!

Using pieces of pipe cleaner as worms and clothes pegs as bird beaks is a very easy way to work on developing those little hand muscles and fine motor control.

DIY salt tray with alphabet cards: this is worth clicking to see how easily she re-purposed an old box, well as to see the beautiful watercolor letter cards she made (you can, too!).

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

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