Monster! Monsters made from toilet paper tubes.

A wicked little art project that can accompany your reading/writing monster theme! Use toilet paper rolls and other recycled materials to create little monsters in art class.

Textured sticks..

These popsicle sticks are great for teaching braille numbers with tactile items to count! Make your own for an inexpensive fun learning toy at home, school or therapy.

Self Portraits!                                                                                                                                                      Mehr

Making self portraits from loose parts. Translated from Dutch: "this was an introduction game, we made self portraits from loose parts and then we tried to guess who was who".

portraits from recycled objects

Making self portraits from loose parts. Translated from Dutch: "this was an introduction game, we made self portraits from loose parts and then we tried to guess who was who".

Förskolläraren

Santa's Beard Countdown to Christmas Calendar. Perfect for kids to work on fine motor & cutting skills. Maybe a snowman to countdown to winter/Christmas break. Or a flower or spring item with wavy lines for Spring break countdown.

Make all sorts of characters from loo rolls. Easy peasy.

Quick Craft Post: More Cardboard Tube People - Pirates, Grannies & Robbers

Teaching Emotion Words

If You're Happy Song - Emotions Version with Visual Cue Cards. These could also be used for children who are unable to express their feelings verbally.

Lego Duplo Counting and Patterning Cards

Lego Duplo Counting and Patterning Cards

Lego Duplo Counting and Patterning Cards. I like that the number is there for recognition. Could add Touch Math Dots.

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