Fine Motor Activity of the Week: Seed Sorting
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My class is learning about gardens right now and this week we are focusing on seeds and how they grow into plants. This seed sorting activity tray will be used during free choice and I will be within arms reach since these seeds can easily be placed places we don’t want them to be like in mouths, nostrils…ears… I would never introduce an activity that I didn’t think my students could do successfully but children are unpredictable so being close by is always a great idea.
Gather your materials. You will need a divided tray, some seed packets, tweezers, scissors, and tape. You may also want some ziplocs and a sharpie for storing extra seeds.
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