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Scissor skills activities for kids.  These are developmental ways to practice scissor skills and teaching kids to cut on the lines.  Also, all of the skill areas needed in order for kids to accurately cut lines and shapes.

Scissor Skills Crash Course (with Gift Wrap!)

Scissor skills activities for kids. Developmental ways to practice scissor skills and teaching kids to cut on the lines. Also, all of the skill areas needed in order for kids to accurately cut lines and shapes.

Sticker Sorting Activity: A quick and easy toddler activity! {pacifickid.net/}

Sticker Sorting Activity

STICKER SORTING: Check out this fun indoor toddler activity using dot stickers. A quick and easy sorting activity that toddlers will love! Something easy to play on a rainy day! A great toddler math activity.

Love love love love love this! Specially because my 18 month like to chew on everything! :)

Quiet time activity -- sponge blocks (would be great for kids who don't sleep at naptime) I think that this can be used as a great building tool in addition to blocks. How creative!

Ideas For Preschoolers Blog

This activity is good for helping the child develop emotionally as well as socially. By having the child match shapes they are developing a better mind and will interact with others well. Also the child will be more patient which is key to development.

ALPHABET FIND: A quick and easy activity for toddlers; this activity will get kids moving and learning; kids will love this fun indoor activity that's great for learning letter names and letter sounds

Alphabet Find Learning Activity

Alphabet Find Learning Activity: What a fun and easy way to get kids active and moving! A perfect learning activity for toddlers and preschoolers working on their alphabet.

Button Excavating: A digging sensory activity that's perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. A terrific indoor activity that's very little prep.

Button Excavating: A digging sensory activity

Button excavating is a simple sensory, digging activity for toddlers and preschoolers. A quick and easy indoor activity that's practically no-prep. Make sure to play with your child during this activity, as the buttons can be a choking risk.

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