Mark making in a sand-filled tray - from Rachel (",)  Love the idea of putting wrapping paper underneath...

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Mark making in a sand-filled tray - from Rachel (",) Love the idea of putting wrapping paper underneath...

Buried treasure game in the sand. Read a word coin, if it's a real word it goes in the treasure chest, if it's a nonsense word, it goes in the bin! EYFS

Buried treasure game in the sand. Read a word coin, if it's a real word it goes in the treasure chest, if it's a nonsense word, it goes in the bin! EYFS

Buried Treasure phonics game

Buried Treasure phonics game

This simple printable "buried treasure hunt" preschool game is a great way to get your kiddos moving, learning the alphabet, and practicing essential preschool skills--like matching.

This simple printable "buried treasure hunt" preschool game is a great way to get your kiddos moving, learning the alphabet, and practicing essential preschool skills--like matching.

Teacher's Pet - Houses and Homes cards - Premium Printable Game / Activity - EYFS, KS1, KS2, materials, countries, live, ourselves

Teacher's Pet - Houses and Homes cards - Premium Printable Game / Activity - EYFS, KS1, KS2, materials, countries, live, ourselves

We're going on a treasure hunt, but not just any treasure hunt.  It's a treasure hunt that sneaks in a little reading practice.  So grab a list of sight words or vocabulary words that your child needs to practice and get ready to play.

We're going on a treasure hunt, but not just any treasure hunt. It's a treasure hunt that sneaks in a little reading practice. So grab a list of sight words or vocabulary words that your child needs to practice and get ready to play.

Photo: Fill a sandbox with little surprises and let the kids dig up buried treasure. More ideas: http://MyHoneysPlace.com Source: http://pinterest.com/pin/211598882462092126/

Photo: Fill a sandbox with little surprises and let the kids dig up buried treasure. More ideas: http://MyHoneysPlace.com Source: http://pinterest.com/pin/211598882462092126/

Buried Treasure Game:
For numeral identification, letter identification or any other skill.  Display 4 or more flashcards in the pocket chart.  The children then turn their backs and close their eyes. Then hide a small counter/paperclip/coin behind one of the cards. Then children take turns asking in a sentence, "Is the buried treasure behind.....?" Pull the card out and answer, "Yes/No the buried treasure is/is not behind ......" If the answer was no, the card is put back into place and…

Buried Treasure Game: For numeral identification, letter identification or any other skill. Display 4 or more flashcards in the pocket chart. The children then turn their backs and close their eyes. Then hide a small counter/paperclip/coin behind one of the cards. Then children take turns asking in a sentence, "Is the buried treasure behind.....?" Pull the card out and answer, "Yes/No the buried treasure is/is not behind ......" If the answer was no, the card is put back into place and…

Pirate gold alphabet stones - from Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together (",)

Pirate gold alphabet stones - from Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together (",)

Buried Treasure phonics game-- great for blending practice

Buried Treasure phonics game-- great for blending practice

Science idea...archeology??After he found all the letters and matched them, I encouraged him to practice with the chopsticks again (since I didn't push with the letters) and find the other treasures buried in the rice. He was excited to see the kitty, penguin, horse, eyeball and more! For this part of the activity, I had placed an ice cube tray next to the bin and hoped he would have a use for it.  The idea was to find an object and place it in the ice cube tray using the chopstics! T

Search & Find Rice Sensory Bin

Science idea...archeology??After he found all the letters and matched them, I encouraged him to practice with the chopsticks again (since I didn't push with the letters) and find the other treasures buried in the rice. He was excited to see the kitty, penguin, horse, eyeball and more! For this part of the activity, I had placed an ice cube tray next to the bin and hoped he would have a use for it. The idea was to find an object and place it in the ice cube tray using the chopstics! T

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