I added these Letter B Themed Tot Trays to our printable letter crafts and activities. Tot trays are amongst our favorite toddler activities and I love tying it to our weekly alphabet activities for kids. I love that my toddler enjoys using the trays and doesn’t realize that she is working on her fine motor skills, visual perception and more!
Our Letter B Tot Trays
We enjoyed this Bee matching activity from File Folder Fun. It really wasn’t that difficult to put together and I love that she has to really look at each bee to find its matching flower. This works on her visual perception skills.
let Matching the right colored bear to the pattern. Counting bears are amongst some of our favorite toys because they can be used in so many ways. They can be used as counters, they can be used for one to one correspondence, color sorting and so much more. Every home needs to own these counting bears.
Feed the frog the flies.
I printed this from somewhere online but I cant find the URL (my printer seems to have faded that part out.) Just google it. Then use an older cereal container and cut a hole for the mouth using a craft knife.
Bus puzzle for my preschooler.
This is the first Melissa and Doug item that I have been really disappointed in. The puzzle pieces were so hard to get apart and the backs kept ripping. I am now very hesitant to buy any more Melissa & Doug puzzles.
Transfer beans from one bowl to the other. A younger child will love using the bowls to pour while an older child can use a spoon. The size spoon you use will be determined by your childs age and skill level.
You could also try this ladybug themed fine motor skills activity.
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