Read the foot book with child.
As you are reading count the feet and use Noggin BuilderZ product to construct The numbers.
A classic book to enjoy reading and a great way to help your preschooler with numbers.
Learning alphabet and letter recognition with the book B is for Bulldozer by June Sobel.
Teacher or parent can help child construct each letter of the alphabet.
Read story and use letters for each page.
Its a fun book and a fun way to work on letter recognition.
For younger children parents/teachers can construct letters using EZ toys; older children can construct letters themselves.
First introduce each letter and have child repeat the letter name.
Mix letters up on the floor and ask children to find the first letter of their name for example Richard was asked to find the letter R.
Continue on with...
Step one: begin reading story “The House that Jack Built”
Step two: As the story goes follow along with child by building each step of the house.
Step three: complete house and story by asking child if they can recall the steps of building the house.
This activity is for children 3-6 who are learning what it means to estimate and take an educated guess.
1. Build a 3D shape (box, triangle, etc)
2. Pin the cloth around the shape, so that balloons can fit into the shape.
2. Blow up balloons in various sizes.
3. Have the children guess how many balloons they can fit into the shape. Talk about the...
Step 1- Have kids make 1 square out of each of the 4 different lengths of Think-EEZ (so you will have a large green, small green, large cream, small cream square)
Step 2- Put your cloth materials down on the ground and place the squares on it from largest to smallest square (smallest being farther away)
Step 3- Put a starting line of some sort on...
This is an activity to help toddlers and pre-schoolers practice and strengthen their fine motor skills. This activity uses the smaller poles, so the child/children can manipulate them successfully.
Materials: Connectors and shorter poles
1. Set materials onto the floor and invite the child/children to explore.
2. Allow the child/children...
Move through the obstacle course following this pattern – over, under, under, over. Collect one 11” tube each time you pass through the obstacle course. After all the 11”tubes are collected, construct a square out of the collected tubes and spheres.