Another great week of gross motor activities for kids coming from some of our favorite bloggers! We so appreciate that you take the time to share them on our Facebook page for Movement Monday. Here are a few of our favorites from this week.
TODDLER APPROVED shared this great activity to work on math skills by using gross motor movement. We all have had those moments in our homes of complete chaos when our kiddos run laps pushing strollers and other wheeled toys. Well, the genius of this activity is that it puts those strollers and toys to good use with a controlled learning and movement task. A win, win situation in my book!
MY LITTLE 3 AND ME posted this beautiful rainbow windsock craft. It is so simple to make with her instructions and is perfect for spring. Kids will love running, jumping, spinning and dancing with it indoors or out.
And we LOVE this one from KITCHEN FLOOR CRAFTS. This is an activity inspired by Dr. Suess’s “The Foot Book” and is a gross motor and sensory experience that your children will not forget! So much fun!!!
Please take a minute to click over and check out the posts featured here! Movement Monday is live today on our Facebook page. Be sure to link up your favorite gross motor activities, new or old! Thank you for sharing and have a Marvelous Movement Monday!
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