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Chalk Cityscape: You really can’t go wrong with bright, blended chalk pastel on black construction paper. I love how the buildings and moon glow. Cut out the buildings on separate paper, place it on the black construction paper, and use the chalk pastels to shade around the buildings. Once you remove the buildings, you’ll be left with this glowing outline.

Chalk Cityscape: You really can’t go wrong with bright, blended chalk pastel on black construction paper. I love how the buildings and moon glow. Cut out the buildings on separate paper, place it on the black construction paper, and use the chalk pastels to shade around the buildings. Once you remove the buildings, you’ll be left with this glowing outline.

fall leaf batik | www.smallhandsbigart.com/blog

fall leaf batik | www.smallhandsbigart.com/blog

Miss Van Maren's Fantastic First Grade: Math Journal: "Tools for your Toolbox"

Miss Van Maren's Fantastic First Grade: Math Journal: "Tools for your Toolbox"

Sudoku Answers A1-A9

Sudoku Answers A1-A9

Coloring Pages | crayola.com

Coloring Pages | crayola.com

Sudoku A-7 printable Logic and Reasoning skills

Sudoku A-7 printable Logic and Reasoning skills

Cruise on In to Kindergarten "back to school" hall display idea!

Cruise on In to Kindergarten "back to school" hall display idea!

Descomposition

Descomposition

Apple Sorting Activity Begin by cutting out apple shapes.  In the example shown, four colors of apples were used: red, green, yellow, light green.  Cut a circle from the center of each apple.  Attach the apples to cardboard tubes using clear tapes.  Collect small objects in colors that match the apples.  Invite children to use tongs or tweezers to sort the objects and drop them in to the correct apple.

Apple Sorting Activity Begin by cutting out apple shapes. In the example shown, four colors of apples were used: red, green, yellow, light green. Cut a circle from the center of each apple. Attach the apples to cardboard tubes using clear tapes. Collect small objects in colors that match the apples. Invite children to use tongs or tweezers to sort the objects and drop them in to the correct apple.

Counting-Activity-for-Kids-and-Toddlers. http://www.learning4kids.net/2014/06/10/learning-to-count-activity/

Counting-Activity-for-Kids-and-Toddlers. http://www.learning4kids.net/2014/06/10/learning-to-count-activity/