This counting activity involves reading and sharing the story Elmer’s First Counting Book. Followed by a count and match the number activity using coloured squares that imitate the colourful patches on Elmer the Elephant from the book.

Learning to Count Activity

Elmer’s First Counting Book by David McKee is a fabulous book to introduce counting to young children and toddlers.

This counting activity involves reading and sharing the story Elmer’s First Counting Book. Followed by a count and match the number activity using coloured squares that imitate the colourful patches on Elmer the Elephant from the book.

Learning to Count Activity

Elmer’s First Counting Book by David McKee is a fabulous book to introduce counting to young children and toddlers.

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Kindergarten Idea: Guided reading in kindergarten. Great for sight words and CVC words! Love how it is reusable. Colored dots under words to help students track print.

I think I might do this as a "getting to know you" activity in September

Love this art project idea. Must try to share with our art teacher, or do myself with the kids. Reverse Silhouette Self Portrait idea. From Grade Art with Mrs.

adjective clouds- for getting to know you activity - hang on rope in the classroom

Could have peers give the adjectives - namebow rainbow--adjective practice! Great for self esteem too!

Fun way to introduce the concept of addition

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

Independent maths for Early Years

Kids love building fact families too! I put the craft sticks and number pins that kids will need to build one fact family in a large ziploc bag. Kids then act as detectives to figure out what fact family they can build using these components.

First Grade Phonics Activities: Make Compound Word Art

Compound Word Art

Compound words are two words that make up a new word. During first grade your child will learn what a compound word is and also learn to read compound words. This activity is a visual way to show your child how two words can join up to make a new word.


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