Manika Sharma
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Make a simple DIY paper plate addition game to help your child practice their addition and even subtraction skills

Make a simple paper plate addition game to help your pupil practice their addition and even subtraction skills. Place buttons (using pincer grip) onto the plate to show the sum and the answers.

Kids loved this for vbs and I put a gold fish in a cup inside the bucket at the end of the line. Which team released their goldfish from the cup into the bucket won!

Outdoor games to play in SUMMER - all you need: water, cups, bucket. We did these one summer at a girls camp & my kids all wanted to play them!

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Draw with sidewalk chalk, fun simple obstacle course. Add some steps to jump off of, and maybe something to crawl through. Something to hang on and water at the end.

Team building exercise, atomic waste. Everyone has to work together to get the balls from one bucket into the other without spilling.

LOVE THIS GAME. We called it atomic waste. Everyone has to work together to get the balls from one bucket into the other without spilling. Great ice breaker/team building activity for class

Olympic Rings Ball Toss: Super fun Olympic activity for kids of all ages! Great for gross motor and color recognition!

Olympic Rings Ball Toss to develop students gross motor skills and color recognition. Easily made and could be adapted for any child.

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masking tape maze - Google Search

“Tape Maze” In the game, you can walk, kick a ball/balloon, carry marble on as spoon, etc. through a maze on the floor. Use blue painters tape or yarn to create visual maze. Great for developing peripheral vision and visual motor skills!