Homemade Lego Listening Game - StoriesAndChildren.com
Posted on 19 June 2012 by Susan Syddall This homemade Lego listening game is SO easy to organise and is very versatile. The level of challenge or difficulty can be changed very quickly to suit the abilities of your child. Homemade Lego Listening Game The Objective of the Homemade Lego Listening Game … is for … Continue reading "Homemade Lego Listening Game"
This is another 5-senses activity. We did 10 different materials, ranging from feathers to sandpaper and everything in between. We had the kids feel each piece of material and then had them glue them onto the hands. We asked the kids to describe the material and what if felt like to them. I LOVE the answers that we got from some of the kids. My own little girl, had some that made me crack up. The sandpaper felt like Poppa's face, the fake leather felt like a couch and one of them felt like…
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