Learning Shapes With Toy Cars
The manipulative for this weeks #ToolsForLearning is small toys. I couldn't resist making a play activity based on Adam's favourite small toy of all time - the toy car! As we have very few shape adventures I decided to create a Learning Shapes With Toy Cars activity.
Counting Sticks - Craft Project Ideas
Make learning to count fun with Counting Stick Monsters! Decorate Felt number stickers to look like monsters, then glue to a Jumbo Stick which includes the correct number of beads for that number. Children will practice identifying the number shapes as well as counting objects with these fun counting sticks!
Game: Find a partner.Have a group of students stand up in the front of the class. Give them a card in ramdom order. Tell them to find a partner and stand together to complete the picture. Have the rest of the class say if the pictures are correct and name the means of transportation. As a group, some students can play memory pairs. Place all the cards face down on a table. A member of the group turns over any two cards, If the pictures match, the student keeps the cards. If the cards do not…
Numbers & Counting Sensory Bin
I made this bin out of cotton balls and colorful paper numbers. My son can explore this bin in his own way independently or use it as a number activity. The purpose of the activity is to have my son search through the cotton balls and learn to identify and say each number. I thought it was a great idea to make a number line with the numbers he pulled from the bin to practice number sequencing and to use the cotton balls as counters too. Find numbers in the clouds activity: Use cotton balls…
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