More ideas from Mona
Easy Counting Activity for Preschoolers: a quick and easy math activity for preschoolers

Easy Counting Activity for Preschoolers: a quick and easy math activity for preschoolers

Want an engineering project for your kids that rocks?! This bubble blower machine was a seriously fun project to make with my kids!! We all had a lot of fun figuring out that worked and didn't as well as playing with it at the end! Want to make one for yourself? Follow along to learn how! How to Make a Bubble Blower Machine Supples Needed: 2 Styrofoam Blocks (12 inches long) 1 Round Styrofoam Piece (8 inch diameter) 1 Wooden Dowel Pipe Cleaners or Wire 1 Large Pan Bubble Solution (You ca...

Want an engineering project for your kids that rocks?! This bubble blower machine was a seriously fun project to make with my kids!! We all had a lot of fun figuring out that worked and didn't as well as playing with it at the end! Want to make one for yourself? Follow along to learn how! How to Make a Bubble Blower Machine Supples Needed: 2 Styrofoam Blocks (12 inches long) 1 Round Styrofoam Piece (8 inch diameter) 1 Wooden Dowel Pipe Cleaners or Wire 1 Large Pan Bubble Solution (You ca...

Easter Craft for Kids - this paper plate Easter Bunny craft is so cute and easy to make!

Easter Craft for Kids - this paper plate Easter Bunny craft is so cute and easy to make!

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}