I love learning through play! The opportunities are endless. Here are some lovely ideas in all areas of the curriculum. I also love using loose parts, they provide so many opportunities for open ended learning
Fort made from hula-hoop and shower curtain, just hook the rings on the hoop! Great indoors and outdoors, love thisfort made from hula-hoop and shower curtain, just hook the rings on the hoop! Great indoors and outdoors,
Tens frame practice at calendar time using Velcro and counters.going to add this to my calendar wall. Great way to practice representing sets in ten frame format. Check out 10 frame smartboard game on illuminations website.
Maybe not for Jordan because he will stick the bead up his nose! Pipe cleaners cut short with a number taped to the end. Have the kids feed the same number of pony beads onto the pipe cleaners. GREAT for one-to-one correspondence and fine motor skills!
Watercolor Art Activity for Kids Inspired by How to Catch a Star
Watercolor and Salt Art Activity to go with the Story How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers~ Buggy and Buddy ELA point to pictures in a picture book. ELA visually engage with a book. Age group 5 year old or kindergarten.
story stones, hand-painted rocks, childrens literacy, art stones, tell me a story. Cool new idea. Everywhere you go find a stone. Gather the stone(s) and when you get back home paint them to match the memories!