Visual Perception Activities
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Does your child get his b’s and d’s mixed up? How about her p’s and q’s? LetterReflex provides a fun way to help overcome common letter reversals. The first activity, Tilt It, uses kinesthetic learning to teach left from right. The second activity, Flip It, allows them to practice what they learned while honing their letter discrimination skills.
Yarn + Sandpaper + a Cereal Box = A Fabulous 3-in-1 Quiet Time Activity - Modern Parents Messy Kids
Yarn + Sandpaper + a Cereal Box = A Fabulous 3-in-1 Quiet Time Activity: This is great for fine motor skill development for little ones as well as a great art activity/matching/etc. for the bigger ones.