Learning how to count becomes more fun when using toys to help.
Choose pieces from your Think-EEZ kit.
Count out five of one item and ten of another and so on depending on what the highest number you are going to.
Count them out loud for the child then have them count with you.
Keep practicing until they can count the pieces with out any assistance.
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.
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.
Stick switch is an activity in which participants should be making eye contact when they are ready to toss and catch so they are aware it is their turn. Have the receiving participant say “ready” when he or she is prepared to receive the toss