My daughter's kinder school divides up activities by smell, color, feel, seasons, etc. They smelled cotton balls with vanilla extract, vinegar and lemon juice. They identified foods, objects and things outside that are a certain color. They drew pictures of the different seasons and hung paper suns, clouds, raindrops and snowflakes from the ceiling. I would think you could cut lots of pictures out of old magazines to use for lessons. And use what you have around the house to teach shapes and colors and counting. If you're close to a library, you can probably check out books and videos about space, colors, seasons, shapes, etc. I think you can come up with a lot of activities that are free or super cheap.
at 8:37 PM on May. 4, 2010