Sight Word Flash Cards to print
Peep play dough:
Your child can practice writing his/her name, shapes, sight words and/or numbers.
Create a basket grass and plastic egg sensory bin
Need: Clean, empty jar (a peanut butter jar works great!); washable paint; dried beans; heavy paper
Cut paper to fit into the jar; Add a couple of drops of paint of to bottom of the jar (a couple of drops of each color you chose); drop a couple of handfuls of beans into the jar on top of the paint (enough to cover the bottom of jar); carefully put paper inside the jar so that it wraps around the sides; close lid tightly; shake jar (the fun part); carefully remove the paper from the jar and pick off any beans that may be stuck; allow to dry; if you used washable paint, you can rinse and reuse the beans.
Mix 2 1/2 cups of pure baking soda with 1/2 cup of white hair conditioner. You can add more baking soda as you wish to make your “snow” less wet if you’d like. If you need to make a larger batch of snow you can easily multiply this recipe.
You can also use a muffin pan for less mess
Egg Letter Hunt - Write or print a sheet with the alphabet printed on it. Hide letters inside plastic eggs. When your child finds an egg, have him/her match the letter found with the corresponding letter on the sheet.
A Special "Hunt" - Write letters, numbers, shapes, colors or sight words on a piece of paper. Cut them out and tape them around the house. Have your child to go around and search for a particular ones that you request.