Build fine and visual motor skills by having kids poke holes on dots with push pins. Make an added challenge by having them stand to work on a vertical surface! If you are not ready to give your kids push pins, these can work as dot to dot
Color, cut, and glue together to create an adorable sloth hanging from a branch. Add some writing by having student write a Valentine message or poem (Roses are red/ Violets are blue/ I really love/ hanging with you!). File contains a blank sloth
Color the cup, cut it out, cut out the marshmallows, and glue all to a piece of construction paper to create a cup of hot cocoa. You can also pull apart cotton balls to add steam to top or use small hole punches of white paper as mini marshmallows.
A craft that can be used all winter long! Color, cut, and glue pieces together to make a penguin. The smaller oval fits on top of larger one; the small heart can be used as a beak; the bigger hearts are used as feet; glue wings to sides; draw eyes
Decorate the ice skates, cut out the pieces, and glue a craft stick between the folded rectangles. Next, glue the ends of the rectangles to the boot. This activity can also include hole punching the dots to increase hand strength and lacing a string
Played similar to popular kids' card game UNO, this card game is great for practicing commonly reversed letters as well as matching colors. It also incorporates writing and reading skills for students.
Print on card stock and cut out (won't need
This takes the prep work out of creating your own rainbow sentences to use with students. Use this template to sequence the rainbow colors and create a fun reading and writing activity for students. It can be a fun way to encourage even the most