👕Do you throw away your ripped clothes right away or do you patch up and give them another chance? MB was so interested in when he saw me patching his small pants for OT. 🙃I immediately prepared a very practical patching activity for him. It has been a great activity for learning daily life skills. With a small touch I added shapes, too. So that we gained many skills. 🥰
Autumn is the best time for creating a nature rainbow. We used clear tape to cover body of the tree and then stuck leaves on it. Please do not forget to remove the tape, when you complete your activity. As it is plastic, it is dangerous, poisonous for he nature.
It is possible to prepare many cutting exercises only using an A4 paper. You can draw funny faces, shapes, flowers etc. This time try adding theme on it. you can use even newspaper, if you don’t have colored papers at home. Following the lines while cutting develops hand-eye coordination, as well.
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Sudoku is great for all ages. If you are a beginner, you can try 3*3 sudoku with your kid just to understand its logic. For sure, you can choose your own theme. It might be space theme, shapes, animals, flowers and too many options you can find. Our previous theme was bugs. This time I prepared an easier one for my 4 yo boy. It is mushroom themed sudoku, because I made this in autumn 2022 while it was mushroom picking season. After a 3*3 sudoku, next level can be 4*4 and for bigger kids it can be even harder. Starting directly with numbers might be boring and seems more difficult to kids, adding visuals always make it more fun.
Do you like nature crafts? Dried flowers? We really love creating with dried flowers.
All you need is cardboard and playdough. This is great activity to foster fine motor skills. You jus make different size of holes on a piece of cardboard and fill them with playdough. You can also use different materials instead of playdough such as dyed rice, salt, oat etc.
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Did you know that all rainbow colors are available in nature during fall season?? Here is the proof of it. Look at this beautiful rainbow made with leaves.
Another fun puzzle idea with winter theme. ❄️ Just match the mittens and have fun while fostering motor skills.
Category: Activities, Age, Cardboards, DIY, DIY Puzzles, Fine Motor Skills Activities, Recycling Ideas, Toddler
I love creating DIY puzzles for my kids. I usually use cardboard but for sure popsicle sticks, wooden blocks and even fabrics can be used to make DIY puzzles. My favorite one is cardboard, because it is always very easy to give shapes and color cardboards.
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You can use colorful papers, cardboard or even an ordinary white paper to practice 10 more/10 less/1 more/1 less.