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In almost every preschool classroom is a sensory table. Learn how to make one at home!
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It's always good to have a little help during the holiday. Show your child how to set a table setting and then help him create a placemat map.
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... invite your child to lay them out on the table in order. Coach him gently as needed, perhaps scooting a misplaced clothes pin out of line and encouraging him...
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... Crayons Scissors Pencil case Masking tape Table What You Do: Have your child rip strips of masking tape, placing one end of each strip along the...
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...;food items commonly found around the table on Thanksgiving. Some examples we came up with include:  turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and...
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.... Demonstrate how to thread a kernel by placing a soaked kernel of corn flat on the surface of a table and poking the threaded needle straight through. Encourage her...
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... it as large as that area. Place the white paper horizontally on the table (landscape). Encourage her to cut 10 long strips of white paper about two fingers...
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... the knot to the bottom of the table. Separate the rope into four sections, or two pieces of rope per section. Now, have her tie each section of rope together in a...
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... sheet of construction paper on the table in a vertical, or portrait position.  Have her draw a ghost shape that fills up as much of the paper as possible, and...
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... brown construction paper on the table in a vertical orientation. Have her draw three squares using a pencil. Each square should be larger than the next to create...
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... drawn on the driveway. Hop ten feet. Skip across the room. Drop and catch a bounced ball 15 times in a row. Balance on one foot for ten seconds. Cut a...
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... life as a preschooler can be frustrating. You've probably told your child many times to "use your words" rather than hit a friend over the head with a toy...
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... her cut it out along the lines. Set it aside for now. Have her fold paper of a different color in half two times to make a smaller rectangle. Ask her to...
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... know later that your child used to say these things a hundred times a day. Favorites Page: What’s your child’s favorite number? His favorite color...
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... Markers Safety scissors At least one paper plate What You Do: Put a nickel on the table, give your child a piece of yellow construction paper, and...
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... the longer edge of the construction paper. They should be about an inch wide. Lay all the shapes out on the table in front of your child. Ask your child to...
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...;care of her teeth. If she needs help thinking of some ideas, prompt her with some questions to get the wheels turning like, "How many times a day do you think...
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... quiz her on the various color names. Note: This project should be supervised by an adult at all times. What You Need: Craft paper 20" x 24"...

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