Tracer au doigt dans le sel (ou sable ou semoule) c'est débuter sensitivement l'écriture sans tenue du stylo difficile- Montessori.

Had when i worked in a preschool and kids love them! I would use colored sand instead of white salt. DIY salt tray with alphabet cards. Easy to make and kids have fun smoothing out the salt after correctly making the letter

Putting letters or numbers in order... Cheap and brilliant!

Clothespins on Hangers to practice alphabetical order (leave out some letters? write words on clothes pins? Lots could be done with this idea. Order clothespin numbers on a separate hanger that looks like a number line.

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youpi mercredi #16 : le tri de graines

My co teacher had the best idea! We made a nose wiping station. We set up a mirror, shelf, tissues and a trash can. The kids can look I the mirror and see how to wipe their noses. We will use it later for emotion cards and other exercises!

Make a nose wiping station. Set up a mirror, shelf, tissues and a trash can. Present how to blow your nose. The kids can look I the mirror, practice, and see how to wipe their noses. Possibly the best daycare idea EVER!

Cozy cove for children that want to be in their own space. Cardboard box. Photo taken by Ray C.

Cozy reading nook a teacher created with a refrigerator box and floor pillows. I think this idea could be built upon to create an inexpensive Cozy Reading Nook for an apartment that could be altered to appear legitimate.

Great activity to increase fine motor and literacy skills -- Using clothespins to spell out words. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @SOS Inc. Resources.

Great for spelling, reading, pre writing, letter recognition and fine motor. The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: Clothes Pin Words,/// Great activity to learn letters of their name

Tamiser les confettis ds la farine PS

Sifting beads buried in flour.till they start throwing the beads and digging in the flour lol

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