Let’s Get Moving! Activity Mats "Children skip, squat and stretch their way to coordination and physical fitness—with fun activity mats
Try this occupational therapy activity at home to help your children improve their bilateral coordination and fine motor skills.
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Kinesthetic Halloween Mazes! This delightful Halloween activity is absolutely sure to please young and old alike. We have found children (and adults!) are highly motivated to participate in the task of moving a variety of adorable Halloween “creatures” along the “scary path” to their final destination. Addresses Kinesthetic Awareness, Eye-Hand Coordination, Visual Scanning, and Bilateral Coordination.
Gross Motor Activity to Practice Skip Counting - Children learn best through play and movement, and this game is FUN!
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Simple and fun way to help children learn letters quickly. Includes fantastic follow up activity.
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Free Christmas play dough mats to inspire your children to get creative with their play dough || Gift of Curiosity
a fun way to get guests to interact. no assigned seating! Photography by laurenkirkbridephotography.com, Coordination by
Fun activity to work on visual tracking, visual motor coordination, and general motor planning.
A fun kids activity to help children learn to read and spell their name: play the paper plate name game!
Children Moving: A Reflective Approach to Teaching Physical Education
Rumba Dance, is a popular dance song that promotes fitness and health. This fun, action dance is part of brain breaks programs spanning the globe; fostering heart-smart and healthy activities for children. Make learning fun and exciting with songs that invite children to actively participate. This video is also great for group activities, indoor recess, morning meetings and physical education.
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This is a fun and easy to do activity with your children for Mother's Day - A Keepsake Mother's Day Activity
This cooperative-learning 21st century activity will have your students up and moving around the room as they hunt for things to measure! If you haven't tried cooperative learning before, this is a great way to get your feet wet. Use this as a back to school math-tivity for students to get to know each other, get to know their classroom, and for you to get to know their math skills and cooperative learning skills!
Have children observe a number of different objects and classify them according to their observations. After the activity they can discuss with others what their results. Ages 3-5 Science 1.18 Use words to describe physical attributes 1.29 classify things by an attribute
A game to get kids moving. 1st they started out with 1 die numbered 1-6. They took turns rolling it and then did the activity that coordinated with that number. All these activities are meant to get kids moving and off their bottoms!
Culture & Movement Activity for Kids. Get kids bodies moving with this fun activity with the Chinese Calendar.
Cooperative Learning with Task Cards! Get your kids TALKING about their answers with this fun (and free) activity!
All children need to jump, bounce and skip and hop, and it isn’t very difficult to encourage them to do so! But when kids move to music, they are getting so much more than just exercise. They are developing their gross motor skills, coordination, balance, concentration and cognitive abilities. By …
Get moving! Even the simplest forms of physical activity produce great benefits! Now walk it out(:
let your children color to their heart's content - using dry-erase crayons and page protectors! keep them all together in an activity/workbook binder. they'll have so much fun with this! | www.livecrafteat.com
Snow Dough - a fun sensory recipe for toddlers and kids made from 3 simple things that most everyone has in their homes! Get ready to have some clean fun with this hands on activity!
Classroom Yoga (Classroom Physical Activity Breaks) - I did some yoga (other than this) with some preps, really settled them! Helps to get their focus back. Can't wait to try this one.
Children use the tongs to pick up the colored pom poms and drop them into a bottle. This activity is good fine motor practice and hand-eye coordination
My 5th Graders BEG for this Indoor Recess Dance Party! Here's a great kid-friendly playlist of videos to popular music. Your kids will get up and get tons of physical activity while having fun!
“C’Mon Let’s Dance” with easy printable lyrics. This is a fun dance song that children love! This song is great for indoor recess, group activities, circle time, morning meeting and physical education. This music video is ideal for preschool, kindergarten and lower elementary.