Read more about the Endless Themed Gross Motor Games Bundle to see what is included in this set below. See examples of the gross motor games above.
Print and prep the gross motor games for your back to preschool & kinder theme. Switch out the 5 activities each time you switch themes. The hard work of coming up ways to get your kiddos more active during the school day is done for you. Simply add the move & learn gross motor games into your planning to increase learning and reach all learning styles.
The games take just minutes to prep, and won’t drain your ink supply. The gross motor games were created for 3-6 year-olds to be played in a group setting or with just one kiddo.
Why are gross motor skills so important?
Strengthening gross motor skills helps with every day tasks including getting dressed, playing organized activities and sports, sitting upright in a chair, eating, picking up toys, getting on and off the potty, and more.
Each gross motor activity comes with an instruction page.
THE ENDLESS THEMED FINE MOTOR BUSY BINS INCLUDE:
Nativity (added 12/19 – no individual product/photos yet)
Things That Go – included now!
Ice Cream – included now!
Why are bundles the best way to go?
Themed learning that have similar activities, but change content and theme, help keep classroom management issues to a minimum and cut down on explaining how the activities work over and over again. Adding move & learn activities to your preschool, pre-k, or kinder day will only benefit the academic skills and encourage practice that will help build every day big kid skills.
As the ENDLESS bundle grows, a new file will be uploaded. You will always have access to download the file again. Just revisit your account for the updated .zip files. The “empty” coming soon files will be filled as the bundle grows!
Purchase once and have access to all bundled content forever.
What teachers are saying:
“I am very pleased with this set. These gross motor activities still correlate to other subjects in the preschool classroom so we are engaging the students into practicing more than one skill which helps with time management and I don’t feel the pressure of trying to cram in more practice instead I feel that these are a wiggle break for my students and that they still get to have fun while reviewing and learning a new skill.”
“I’ve been looking for engaging games/exercises to help my students with mild/moderate disabilities develop their core muscles and gross motor skills. These games are perfect for that purpose. Also they are easy enough that my students do not need a lot of support and the activities do not require a lot of preparation or set up.”