I scoured Pinterest and my craft closet and found some really cute ideas.
The first was this alphabet matching game. I found this printable on Pinterest and I'm so sorry but can't find it again. But this is easy to recreate. Use PicMonkey to make your own board. I used the little magnet alphabet I already had on hand.
For this one, I bought some clothespins at the dollar store, painted them different colors and cut out felt in the matching colors. She really likes this one.
This is a great game to use with your imagination. I used colored craft sticks (courtesy of craftprojectideas.com) and glued pieces of velcro to the ends. The possibilities are endless.
This is another one I used those same color sticks and hot glued magnet pieces on the ends (all courtesy of craftprojectideas.com). We pull out our white board and make shapes and letters with these.
This is another printable I found online. We're using birthday candles to make the shapes. I laminated this to make it more durable.
I grabbed a small pad of paper and some stickers from the dollar section at Target. All kids love stickers, right? Now she has her own book for stickers and drawing.
I didn't get a good picture of this one straight on. But I found bags of little foam shapes in the Target dollar bins years ago and found them again this year. I just used PicMonkey to create this printable with all the shapes on it. She has to match them up.
We got this great idea from Money Saving Mom. It's a clothesline made with felt pieces of clothes. Super cute.
I have several more bags that include threading beads on pipe cleaners (courtesy of craftprojectideas.com), a Minnie Mouse magnet game, some lacing cards and a dry erase board. She seems to be enjoying all of her busy bags. Anything to keep her busy!!
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