Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Animal activities. Get inspired and try out new things.
Dear Zoo is a favorite book in my class! Check out these Dear Zoo activities for preschool & kindergarten. Includes a FREE printable game, snack, & craft.
Susan Fulton saved to Zoo animals
Molly | Little Ones Learn on Instagram: “SIZE SORTING • Help your child learn to compare different sizes by sorting favorite toys or objects between BIG and SMALL. I simply have…”
2,733 Likes, 91 Comments - Molly | Little Ones Learn (@littleoneslearn) on Instagram: “SIZE SORTING • Help your child learn to compare different sizes by sorting favorite toys or objects…”
Edyta Sobarnia saved to Angielski
Kids Play Tricks on Instagram: “Ages: [10M +] Pom-poms are a must-have supply for sensory play 🙌🏼! They come in so many different sizes (there's even jumbo ones which are…”
Pom-Pom Lion [Ages 10M+] A simple art/ craft/ painting activity that promotes fine-motor skills for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers
This week, our Carmel Mountain Preschool kids created silhouettes from water color paints.
Can't find a farm to bring the kids to? Try this milk a cow fine motor activity to bring the farm into the classroom! Perfect for a farm theme in tot school, preschool, or the kindergarten classroom.
Michele M Cook LLC saved to Farm Board
Grab the shaving cream and a paint brush! It's time to get shearing! In this activity your child will develop their fine motor skills along with their hand eye coordination to shear their homemade sheep.
Virginia Cornell saved to Farm activities 3s
Rescue Mission Toddler Activities is a round up of all the best rescue activities for toddlers. From rescuing musical instruments, nature and more!
Patricia Kuptz saved to baby/children idea
Discover zoo activities for preschool that are perfect for learning how to count, make patterns, and compare lengths in your math centers!
Printable Farm Animal Activities Bundle that is perfect for helping kids strengthen skills such as prewriting, identification, memory and more.
Celina Robles saved to Fun activities
Use these Montessori-inspired What Animal Am I? Matching Cards to teach children about animal coverings and/or to challenge your child to identify animals from close-up images of their body.
Jan Skousen saved to Grandkiddos projects