I Spy games are a fantastic way to help young children develop various skills including vocabulary, comprehension and maths skills. Little Miss loved the bright colours in this Spring I spy game and had great fun counting the different pictures. I spy games are great for rainy afternoons or for taking on long journeys. This I spy game would be a fun addition to a Spring unit study. The sheet can be laminated to use over and over again. Children can use pom poms or buttons to place over the pictures once they are counted. View Post
Little Miss is currently enjoying practising her scissor skills. She happily spends up to an hour snipping bits of scrap paper. I have printed lots of scissor skills sheets for her to practise with over the last few weeks and I have noticed her skills really improving. Little Miss has helped me to design some Spring Scissor Skills Printables. She had great fun choosing which pictures she wanted to use. Scroll down and click the links to download. The first link is for the shapes printable. The second link is for the straight lines.
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Are you are looking for more preschool activities to keep your child entertained during the holidays? These printable busy bag activities are perfect for road trips.
Or why not try The Busy Bag Book? With 52 activity ideas there will be enough to keep your child busy all summer long!
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