We have found some great uses for egg cartons and old baby food jars! Now we are on the hunt for more jars of different sizes to help us organize and work on fine motor and sorting skills! Have any great ideas, share them here
Egg carton activities have included sorting by color, shape, or size. Also math/number work of getting the correct number of "things" into the right hole.
Baby jars/mason jars are currently holding:: button assortment, googly eyes, cord, colored Popsicle sticks, glitter starts and sparkles, feathers, and pom poms.
Different activities pictured below: 'A' apple art, cut an apple in half and paint with it! Wreath making- tearing paper is fun and great for fine motor skills. Number match game somehow makes numbers fun and accessible for Sophie, I want to get them laminated and have a few sets for when friends come over and can make it a game. Rhyming worksheet was easier for her than I anticipated. Circling shapes by sizes was enjoyable but too quick. The leaves on the ceiling was our project in the month of November, we each wrote things we were thankful for daily on the leaves and then attached them to the ceiling until Thanksgiving came. I am thinking of either stringing them together to keep or putting them into a small memory book.