Language Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers — Opposites Cards [With Free Printable!]

L has mastered all of the beginning language matching activities [Nomenclature Basket, Object Matching, Object to Picture Matching, and Picture Matching], so it is time to move on to more abstract activities.  I searched all over the internet for printable opposites cards, but I couldn’t find any that I loved.  So I made my own! The problem I […]

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Sensorial Activities for Toddlers — Sorting

I got this awesome tray a few months ago, so I was really excited to finally put it to use in a sorting work.  I found some foam shapes at Target with the perfect number of shapes for the different sections of the tray, so I quickly put it together.  You can find a tray […]

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Art for Toddlers — Scissor Cutting

Remember how I was hesitant to offer L a glue stick?  Well, then I gave her SCISSORS!  I know, crazy mama over here.  But if you teach your child the right way to use things, they won’t experiment and cut off all their hair [hopefully]. To set up this work, I put a pair of […]

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Activities for Toddlers — Object to Number Matching

After the Sandpaper Numbers, it’s time to show the correlation between the written number and what it represents.  I had the perfect number of mini rubber duckies for this work, so I designed my cards using the ducks. I made a card for 1, 2, and 3.  Below the numbers, I put yellow stickers down […]

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