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word clips- great for matching letters AND for strengthening those little hand muscles !

word clips - we can also use numbers to learn their telephone number. Also great for fine motor development

Free site where you can make your own handwriting worksheets including single words, multiple word or paragraphs. I use this all the time and love it!!!

Printable handwriting worksheets - Just type in whatever you want your child to practice writing and--voila!--a custom-made handwriting sheet.

Fine motor and literacy ~ Great idea!!!  I love how it combines Speech/Language and OT ~ So many activities you can do with this :) Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources.  Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy  for therapy resources.

Great therapy techniques to combine fine motor skills, language, and phonetic awareness in a multi-sensory way!

Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Back to School

Ricca's Kindergarten: Back to School. I really like these rainbow names. After finishing the class does activities to compare the names.

Keep the kids guessing! (Mystery helper, word etc.) created with white crayon and watercolor

"Guess the Word" (Watercolor paints over white crayon) You could use this with sight words or during a whole group word-work lesson. The kids could make one and trade with a friend.Could use for letters/number.

Pinterest Facebook Twitter Google+ Yummly Email Print StumbleUpon I love the twins’ preschool teachers. They are always so creative and come up with many fun learning activities for the kids. I am often inspired by things they have done in the classroom and try and come up with a way to extend them at home....Read More »

Counting Bead Fun

Love for fine motor and math skills. Could also do it for number words only.....and very easy!

paperclip math (good fine motor activity as well). You can also make this an addition problem by putting paperclips on the top and on the side to equal the number when added together.

Sight Word Practice. Can be used for math too. Add the different parts of expressions (ex. Five plus a number, x… 5 + x)

Word Activities The students will find the correct clothes pins that spell the sight word on the popsicle stick. I would use this activity in a literacy station. This is a very fun and kinesthetic activity.

Use paint sticks and velcro to make an activity of putting things in order; could also use for an individual schedule for kids with autism-- very portable! Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

love this idea!Use paint sticks and velcro to make an activity of putting things in order; could also use for an individual schedule for kids with Autism-- very portable!

Stories to help kids understand sounds...these are SO cute!

Phonics SECRETS®

Used these when teaching and it was so effective! Cute and short little 'secret' stories to help kids remember all the tricky letter and phonics sounds- my class refers to these posters constantly!

Building a Word-a-Pillar. For first grade we could make some awesome high 5 sentences using calendars during shared writing

Unique and Fun Sight Word Learning: Building a Word-a-Pillar

Teach Your Child To Read Tips - Build a Word-a-Pillar with the sight words your child is learning. A great way to motivate your child to read and track progress! - TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ and Enable Your Child to Become a Fast and Fluent Reader!

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Flashcard Decor Display Ideas - mama♥miss

Alphabet Cards for flashcards, decor, letter tracing/printing skills and object/letter recognition - Custom Designed Free Printables