Baby and Toddler Activity Planning Resource for Educators – This resource is for educators working with younger children. It will help simplify those planning cycle steps and give you ideas for setting up play environments, playful activities to try and how to look for simple but significant moments to observe all without impacting on regular nurturing and wellbeing routines necessary for babies and toddlers. | The Empowered Educator
Building grip strength can be fun and easy … even if you’re just a kid. To show you how I’ve created this list of activities that are great for kids. Plus we’ll dig into why grip strength is important and some signs to look for if you think your child or student has weak grip strength.
If you’re looking for a way to keep your kids entertained and challenged this winter, look no further than our Winter Mystery Mazes! This Winter themed packet contains a variety of mazes that will challenge your student’s visual motor, visual-spatial, and handwriting skills. So put on your thinking cap and get ready for some fun! (affiliate)