Fine motor, lifting objects with various tools including large tweezers, chop sticks...explore

Fine motor, sensory, water play, fingers and hands, outdoor environment

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

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls - students can build their own adding machine

Use old bottles and pom poms for simple counting and sorting maths games and motor skills fun! With lots of ways to play and learn, these are a great addition to the maths area at home or school.

Sort and Count Maths Bottles

Instead of numbers write the color word on the bottles. Sort pom-poms by color. Empty each bottle and count the pom-poms. Then record how many pom-poms were in each bottle. Add the two colors together for addition practice.

Whole Brain Teaching - Attention Please! {FREE}

Powers of 10 Math Face Off 5.NBT.2

Implement Effective Instructional Practices: In my classroom, I will actively involve the students by having fun little saying to get the students attention before the next activity and or if they are getting too rowdy.

*** LOVE THIS IDEA~ I will use it to put the students favorite MOVEMENT activities~ 1 can for k-1, one for 2-3 and one for 4-5*** Use in the music classroom. Put different movement vocabulary, locomotor and non-locomotor.

*** LOVE THIS IDEA~ I will use it to put the students favorite MOVEMENT activities~ 1 can for one for and one for Use in the music classroom. Put different movement vocabulary, locomotor and non-locomotor. For gym

Popsicle sticks on the light table. Wow, I never would have thought of this (such a cheap light table accessory). Colors can be stacked to make new colors (ex. yellow + blue = green). Plus, in the thawed-state, they're fun to squeeze. In the frozen form, the cold provides a nice sensory experience.

Exploring color sticks in preschool

Popsicle sticks on the light table. Colors can be stacked to make new colors (ex. Plus, in the thawed-state, they're fun to squeeze. In the frozen form, the cold provides a nice sensory experience.

Number bonds to 10 challenge. My children love numicon!

I have a few children who don't know their number bonds to This is such a crucial skill for more advanced mathematical strategies - think I will be using this idea!


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