rachel roselli
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Looking for a fun Valentine's Day activity for kids? With this free printable, kids can cut and use a hole punch to make and decorate cute hearts. Use them to decorate your room. This is the perfect activity for your preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, or SPED classroom. A great addition to your Valentine's Day theme or February theme units or lesson plans. Kids can practice scissor skills and strengthen fine motor skills with a hole punch. Cute Valentine, cute Valentine's Day activity.

Looking for a fun Valentine's Day activity for kids? With this free printable, kids can cut and use a hole punch to make and decorate cute hearts. Use them to decorate your room. This is the perfect activity for your preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, or SPED classroom. A great addition to your Valentine's Day theme or February theme units or lesson plans. Kids can practice scissor skills and strengthen fine motor skills with a hole punch. Cute Valentine, cute Valentine's Day activity.

These Salt Dough Easter eggs are perfect for hanging on an Easter tree! Kids will love helping to make these for Easter decorations. These Salt Dough Easter tree ornaments are so fun to make! #easter #kidscraft #easteractivity #eastercraft via @bestideaskids

These Salt Dough Easter eggs are perfect for hanging on an Easter tree! Kids will love helping to make these for Easter decorations. These Salt Dough Easter tree ornaments are so fun to make! #easter #kidscraft #easteractivity #eastercraft via @bestideaskids

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

Help your preschool and Kindergarten classroom & homeschool students in developing their fine motor skills with the many great ideas included at this blog post! You'll see ideas for using playdough, scissors, tearing paper, stickers, snap cubes, straw necklaces, pony beads, tweezers, lacing cards, coupons, and MORE! When you want to develop those fine motor skills, the ideas included in this post are a great place to start! {preK and Kinder student, teacher, and parent approved!}

Craftulate: Lion Crafts for Toddlers

We made four different lion crafts for toddlers, using a variety of materials including craft foam, paper plates, tissue paper and cardboard tubes.

Easy Tie Dye Art with Baby Wipes: Such a fun way to explore tie dye and you can make a super simple bunting!

Easy Tie Dye Art with Baby Wipes: Such a fun way to explore tie dye and you can make a super simple bunting!

Easy storage solution for garage. #FastTrack #pmedia #ad

Easy storage solution for garage. #FastTrack #pmedia #ad

IHeart Organizing: Garage Update: Outdoor Toy Organization

IHeart Organizing: Garage Update: Outdoor Toy Organization