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Playdough & Alphabet Stamps

Then you don't have to have the mess of the ink pad. Playdough is much easier to keep cleaned. Playdough and Alphabet Stamps.

Maths activity of counting beads on a pipe cleaner. Great for developing number and fine motor skills. Laughing Kids Learn

Counting beads on pipe cleaners

I think you could also have multiple pipe cleaners coming from one number and students have to show multiple ways to add numbers to get to that number. Counting with pipe cleaners and beads. Great for fine motor development too.

This is very cool and easy math activity and found very useful to teach sorting and counting. I would pass this pin. Children will match the same color of pom-pom with the bottle color.

Fun Bottle Top Addition Game. Playful Maths

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.

A great way to introduce your child to blending sounds!

Sound It Out Parking Lot

Sound it out parking lot with matchbox cars with a letter on each one. Instead of matchbox cars can use anything,even a paper with a letter on each one and slide into parking space as say each sound. A great way to introduce your child to blending sounds!

Great idea for a jungle small world made with play dough

Jungle small world :: play dough fun

Jungle small world :: play dough fun On offer today we had some homemade green play dough, some leaves and flowers picked from the garden, and a few stalks of broccoli. What could we make?

Place several plastic eggs in a basket. Fill each egg with letter tiles for students to open them and unscramble them to make CVC words. Students must make the word, blend and say the word, then write the word on the recording sheet

spelling/ word wall/Place several plastic eggs in a basket. Fill each egg with letter tiles for students to open them and unscramble them to make CVC words. Students must make the word, blend and say the word, then write the word on the recording sheet

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