Scooping items floating in water: this activity can be done with any item that floats, and can be changed around themes, holidays, or to increase difficulty. Children work on motor skills, but can also start incorporating color matching or sorting as time
Shape Sorting: I used my Shape Cards from the Letter of the Week curriculum, and had we sorted our Large Buttons onto each shape card. You can also use the Color flashcards from the Letter of the Week as well for color sorting.
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. My adaption would be to have the dice be a doubles dice to practice double math facts
Because we have no shortage of legos/megablocks. This round of up 30 educational LEGO learning activities shows that there are LOTS of different ways to use Legos for math, reading, language arts, history, science and more!
Free LEGO Printables and 70+ LEGO Learning Activities