Helena Toogood
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Letter Pounding-styrofoam, golf tees, a permanent marker, and a toy hammer. Visual perceptual, fine motor, bilateral. Could then have kiddo put a marble on top of the golf tee for more fine motor. Lots of things you can adapt for this activity...Mount on wall to work shoulder girdle

Number sequencing using a simple DIY geoboard | An Everyday Story - click through for more child-led homeschooling ideas

Omg!! Perfect for October's fairytale (big bad wolf) theme and Autumn!! LOVE THIS!! Turn leaves into little foxes!

Reading challenge with mini padlocks. Keys will be in a bowl, the children will read and remove the picture card.

What a fun game! Make two dice: one with numbers, and one with colors. Roll the dice, then use dot stamps to make that number of dots in that color on your paper.