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Toddler threading activity with giant cardboard beads

Toddler threading activity with giant cardboard beads. Could be a little project to have them paint the tubes, let them dry, and cut the tubes into smaller lengths (with some help). Add stickers for decoration and even more fine motor practice!

: My husband used a 2'x2' 1/2 " plywood board smoothly sanded, primed and painted with wall and trim paints we had on hand then mounted various new hardware from Lowes and vintage wooden beads and blocks to complete the look. The center light is a battered operated closet light and the bicycle bell works! All items were secured by screws and/or glued in place for safety. He braced the back with wood strips to allow for spacing for a wall mount. We spent about $70.

Sensory Activity Board: vintage wooden beads and blocks to complete the look. The center light is a battered operated closet light and the bicycle bell works! All items were secured by screws and/or glued in place for safety.

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

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

Practice matching colors with this FREE printable! Preschool color sorting and recognition activity.

Practice matching colors with this FREE printable! Preschool color sorting and recognition activity. I would hang this on the wall and have just one matching picture attached with velcro for the kids to mix and match for color recognition!