This is a repost from my life coaching blog. I wanted to share this here because the chances are VERY high that you’ve experienced this at some point. What I share below has made such a difference for me and I am hoping that it can also help you! Thanks for reading! Margaret
I have . . . → Read More: When People Stare, Mind Your Own Business
Deep breath followed by this fabulous question, “What’s perfect about this?”
I asked myself this question as I woke up one morning to find red pepper flakes in the cast iron skillet and an interesting aroma coming from my son’s room. Turns out that he loves to spin and really loves to spin glass . . . → Read More: What’s Perfect About This?
I hope you all had a wonderful day yesterday. Halloween holds a special place in my heart, not because I love it or love to dress up or scare people (I actually don’t), but because it is the holiday that woke me up a bit to something I had been overlooking with Andrew.
We were . . . → Read More: Halloween
If you have been following my posts for a while, you know how much I love to use materials from www.EnchantedLearning.com. Here are some examples of what they have to help build math skills using the Halloween theme.
Count the bats and write the number.
Station set up for Andrew with numbers printed . . . → Read More: Enchanted Learning Halloween Themed Pages
This is a super simple way to build patterning skills along with fine motor skills – Halloween themed patterning!
I had some packages of Halloween themed stickers (could be any theme at any time of the year though) and got out some orange index cards. I began a pattern using the stickers (shown in the . . . → Read More: Halloween Sticker Patterns
This is one of my favorite station activities because it was one of those moments where I realized that I could take an item, alter it a bit from it’s original intended use and create activities with it to build skills and find out what Andrew knew.
I purchased a package of Halloween rings (either . . . → Read More: Halloween Ring Sort and Count
Using a geoboard to create a spider is a great way to sneak in some fine motor and motor planning skills during an October/Halloween themed My Obstacle Course.
My geoboard spider (I always try out activities beforehand in case they don't work.).
This is a super easy station to set up, all you need . . . → Read More: Geoboard Spider
A jack-o-lantern ball like this one is a super fun addition to an October/Halloween themed My Obstacle Course! I saw one of these the other day at the grocery store and I think I got mine at Target.
Jack O Lantern Ball
Use for: bouncing tossing catching passing kicking rolling making a basket (whether with . . . → Read More: Jack-O-Lantern Ball
Today I am sharing an example of what it looked like when I was preparing for an October/Halloween themed My Obstacle Course done with Andrew.
Prepping for an October/Halloween Themed My Obstacle Course Below is a photograph of my desk while I got organized. This is how I play!! While it may seem to be . . . → Read More: Preparing For An October/Halloween My Obstacle Course
These are some other basic station activity ideas that I have included in a farm-themed My Obstacle Course for Andrew. The great thing about them is that I used things that I already had at home so this is another reminder to look around in your child’s stuff to see if they have toys that . . . → Read More: Farm Themed Station Ideas Using Items Found At Home