Kindergarten Activity Bag...Sight Words Beans
I put together this activity for O(5) a few months ago to take on vacation. It was super simple to put together. I used sharpie marker to write sight words from the dolch sight words lists onto white beans. Done! The beans can be kept in a pencil pouch for "on the go" sight words practice.
Bright and colorful sensory bags for preschool
Looking for ways to bring fun and engaging sensory experiences into your classroom? We have just the idea for you! I just love these sensory bags. Making them is just as much fun as feeling and playing with them... The How To To make these really cool sensory bags, all
Baby Oil Sensory Bags
Sensory bags are so neat, and it seems like everybody's doing them these days, but in the kids activities world, when everyone is doing it, it's usually because it's super cool! I found this list of 40 Fun Sensory Bags from Mama OT and loved so many of the sensory bag ideas on there, as well as the site in general! I decided to try the baby oil sensory bag first. REALLY NEAT results! (please do also read the caution at the bottom of this post) The How To's Just take a ziplock bag and fill it…
All Our Days — Intentional Family Life
I’m trying to hold myself accountable to finish some of the projects on my to do list by posting each Friday about a project I’ve completed. For the most part these projects aren’t part of my daily or weekly household chores, although some weeks finishing those items is a challenge all in its own. I ...Click Here to Keep Reading...
Make Your Own Sensory "Bean" Bags - Meri Cherry
A few weeks ago, I made an alphabet bean bag toss game based on the book Chicka Chick Boom – Week 4 of the Preschool Book Club Series I’m a part of. It was a really fun literacy extension of the book. On the fly I made some sensory bean bags made from rice, a ziploc […]
Clubhouse Season Changes: Hello Fall
In case you're new around here, you should know that the Clubhouse is located in the Arizona desert. This means we do seasons differently around here. Leaves don't fall off of a cactus, and we don't have to take out the long sleeved shirts and pants until sometime in December. This doesn't mean we don't thoroughly enjoy the sights, scents and simple pleasures of the Fall season though. We just have to bring them to us. What better way to do that than in a basket? Some of the things currently…