Search for the missing butterfly pair to put the colored butterflies back together!
Create a sticky wall by attaching contact paper to a wall or door sticky side out. Secure the edges with painter’s tape. Cut copy paper into quarters to make four smaller rectangles. On each rectangle, draw a different colored butterfly (one blue butterfly, one red butterfly, etc.). Then, cut along the center to create two halves of each butterfly. Stick one of the butterfly pairs onto the contact paper and hide its match around the room. Search for the missing pairs and stick them next to their matching colored butterfly to put them back together!
- Self-Awareness- Shows awareness of self as distinct from others. Expresses needs, wants, and preferences.
- Communication (Expressive Language)- Uses verbal and nonverbal communication to express ideas with increasingly complex words and sentences. Engages in back and forth communication.
- Fine Motor- Builds strength and coordination of small movements in hands to pick up, squeeze, twist, cut, and manipulate tools and toys.
- Writing- Uses scribbles, drawings, letters, characters, or words to represent meaning.