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Set up an Alphabet Matching center for young students who are learning letters. Add sensory components to encourage even the most reluctant learners to participate! #sensoryclassroom #sensoryintegration
Here is a huge list of non-food fillers and mix-ins for your sensory table or sensory bin. Perfect for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, or prep
Want a fun and quick way to practice skills you are learning in the classroom? Post the classroom password mat outside your door and display literacy and math skills for the week. Then, as your students walk into the classroom they can tap each skill and say it out loud to quickly practice before they walk into your classroom. Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade Skills included. Click the picture to read more.
The ultimate spot for teachers to find math tips and strategies for building number sense to 20 in Kindergarten and first grade. An extensive list of number sense activities and resources are included: books, materials, math manipulatives, and FREE activi
Use fish from the pipe cleaner and paper rolls to make a fun fish color matching activity. Kids can also use the set for counting practice or in a dramatic play shop. The color matching activities are also great fine motor activities for kids in preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, prep, and tot school #fishcolormatching #pipecleanercolormatching
Throw and Count - Gross Motor and Counting Toddler Activities #toddler #toddleractivities #ideasfortoddlers #planningplaytime #ad
This activity is a way for children to work with 10 frames and get familiar with numbers up to 10. This would work for individual or small group work.
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Make learning phonics rules fun with these engaging lesson and activities ideas. Classroom teachers help preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, or 2nd grade students practice letter sounds, vowels, cvc words, blends, digraphs, and other reading strategies with these play dough lessons and games. Great for teaching first and second graders, els, or beginner readers in guided reading, small groups, interventions, centers. Beginning language arts instruction for kids, homeschool, or tutoring
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