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D is for Dinosaur
Source: I created this this printable as part of the Dinosaur Unit for Tots Printable Pack I. For your free copy, click on the link at the bottom of this post.
Sunshine is still having no luck with her counting and number recognition. (Sigh.) Even if she doesn't pay any attention to the numbers or wants to count clothespins with me, she can at least have fun sticking the clothespins on the dinosaur cut outs. Opening and closing the clothes pins will be a great fine motor activity for her to help improve hand and finger strength.
Source: The idea for this activity came from No Time for Flashcards.
Triangle Dinosaur Teeth
Source: I found the idea for this activity on Pinterest, however it was not attached to a link, so I'm unable to source any further than that. Sorry.
Soap Container Dinosaur Color Sorting
As with all activities, Sunshine will be supervised closely. The dinosaurs are quite small.
Sorting Prehistoric Creatures of the Air, Land, & Sea
Sunshine will sort the air, land, and sea prehistoric creatures,. placing them on the correct mats. With a little help, I'm hoping she'll engage in some pretend play.
Source: I created the mats provided for this activity as part of the Dinosaur Unit for Tots Printable Pack I. For your free copy, click on the link at the bottom of this post.
We Are the DinosaursI'm a huge fan of Laurie Berkner. She has a really fun song, "We Are the Dinosaurs" to dance to, that will help develop gross motor skills (if you get creative). I'm certain Sunshine will love it, as she responds quite well to music and dancing.
Source: Click here to see the video link of the song.
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