LEGO Word Family Sorting ~ Don't just sort words on paper! Sort them with DUPLO LEGO bricks. They are hands-on and very colorful! | This Reading Mama

LEGO Word Family Sorting

LEGO Word Family Sorting ~ Sort words written on DUPLO LEGO bricks to form word families. Then encourage youngsters to read and write the word family lists.

Superhero writing area

Classroom Environment Superhero capes on back of chair ( Great Idea for the first row of seating for program attendance)

Letter formation idea. Emergent writing. Mark Making. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning

How to spell: top 10 tricks

Spelling Use a small chalkboard and write the classes sight words. Then use a small eraser and have the students overlap the words written in chalk. Works on their motor skills needed to write the words and practices their spelling.

These LEGO Math Games are easy to set up and a lot of fun to play. | Brain Power Boy

LEGO Math Games for Fun and Learning

The stage EYFS outdoor area

The stage EYFS outdoor area. could use the blocks to make the stage area with a red blanket overtop

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Ticket Numbers

Attach the correct number and color of links to each ticket. From: The Princess and the Tot: Tot Trays

addition math center put an addition problem on the stick - good for a challenge area in Reception!

Current Math Shelves ~ The Linton Academy Homeschool Could use to memorize multiplication and division also.

7.5.1 Partitioning and Combining Numbers in the Range 1 to 10: A great independent activity for children to investigate (and record) the partitions of a chosen number. Simply attach the number of pegs for the number we are going to investigate. The child then moves some pegs to the left and the rest to the right to show a way to partition. missing any. Note that we can simply turn the coathanger round to demonstrate commutativity.

Clothespin Math on a clothes hanger! Easy to make, and self explanatory. I'm thinking a wire clothes hanger would work better, so the clothes pins are easy to slide back and forth (almost like an abacus).

Independent maths for Early Years

Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks! (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.

We have been learning our number bonds to 10 ... the children enjoyed using the 10 fingers to work some out!LH

We have been learning our number bonds to 10 . the children enjoyed using the 10 fingers to work some out! This can be adapted in so many ways e. for addition and subtraction.

counting in 2s - use small peices of drinking straws in different colours - cheaper than the beads!

skip counting abacus number of beads you want on a pipe cleaner. slide beads over as you count by.

This is a great visual for MATH and incorporating some ART

Number Sense Craftivity - Students trace their hands, cut out & glue down onto paper, except for the fingers! Kids will love this because they will be using their paper fingers to count.

50 Playful Sight Words Activity Ideas for Beginning Readers | Childhood101

50 Playful Sight Words Activity Ideas for Beginning Readers