Scooping items floating in water: this activity can be done with any item that floats, and can be changed around themes, holidays, or to increase difficulty. Children work on motor skills, but can also start incorporating color matching or sorting as time
The children in art class experience what it's like to draw with their feet and mouths (and elbows! This is not only a fun, action art experience, but it gives them a new appreciation and gratefulness for their hands.
For when they get older and start learning fractions. Learn fractions in a creative way by making these fraction flowers out of paper plates- includes a set of printable fraction circles. This makes learning math fun!