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A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls. I did this with big C in pre-K. Elementary Math, Kindergarten Classroom, Teaching Math, Eyfs Classroom, Math Teacher, Primary Classroom Displays, Year 1 Classroom, Maths Eyfs, Ks2 Maths

Adding Fun

So, I totally didn't make this, but it was hanging up in my classroom last week (Thanks, Terri!), and I totally love it (and the kids REALLY enjoy it). It's super easy to make. All you need is a piece of poster board (Dollar Store sells them for $.50), 2 paper cups, 2 paper towel roll insides, a basket or bowl, beads/counters/beans, etc. and a marker to draw the plus sign! These are all simply taped to the poster board using packaging tape. My older students love to experiment with bigger…

20 {No-Prep} Fine Motor Skills Activities These activities for kids are so easy to set-up. I love When you have a toddler, it can be hard to find activities that keep them busy and don't involve any prep on your part! These fine motor skills Motor Skills Activities, Sensory Activities, Infant Activities, Fine Motor Skills, Activities For Kids, Learning Activities, Toddler Play, Toddler Learning, Toddler Preschool

20 {No-Prep} Fine Motor Skills Activities

When you have a toddler, it can be hard to find activities that keep them busy and don't involve any prep on your part! These fine motor skills activities aren't just fun to do, but

Make sure the sensory bags and bottles are taped or glued shut! Never a bad ides to use a double bag. _____ A collection of 24 awesome sensory bags for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers (and I bet older kiddos would like them too! Sensory Activities, Infant Activities, Sensory Play, Activities For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Sensory Table, Baby Sensory Bags, Sensory Rooms, Toddler Play

24 Sensory Bags for Engaging, Mess-Free Play | Fun-A-Day!

A collection of FUN and mess free ways to incorporate sensory play at home and at school. Sensory bags are the way to go if looking for less mess sensory!

Talking with Deborah of Teach Preschool about basic life skills for kids, especially 3 and 4 year olds, and what we can start to expect from them. Preschool Learning, Toddler Preschool, In Kindergarten, Fun Learning, Learning Activities, Preschool Activities, Teaching, Learning Skills, Childhood Education

Life Skills for Preschool and Things to Teach a 3 & 4 Year Old | HOAWG

Early childhood expert Deborah Stewart shares the basic life skills you need to teach every 3 and 4 year old now - or before preschool starts!

make light table tiles with popsicle sticks and cellophane - Reggio Emilia Nature Activities, Sensory Activities, Learning Activities, Preschool Activities, Sensory Diet, Sensory Play, Reggio Classroom, Preschool Classroom, Reggio Inspired Classrooms

make light table tiles with popsicle sticks and...

Popsicle stick nature windows for use on the light table.

make light table tiles with popsicle sticks and cellophane - Reggio Emilia Nature Activities, Sensory Activities, Learning Activities, Preschool Activities, Sensory Diet, Sensory Play, Reggio Classroom, Preschool Classroom, Reggio Inspired Classrooms

Taula de llum

Hola!! Avui us porto idees per fer amb la taula de llum. La taula de llum és un objecte que es troba a moltes aules d’escola bressol, també a algunes cases. És un objecte molt útil per fer aprenentatges, gaudir d’una manera diferent de dibuixar, d’experimentar amb la llum, experimentar amb objectes opacs, translúcids i transparents, jugar, fer ombres, pintar amb pintures, treballar amb sorra i fer-hi dibuixos, etc. Foto de: Epic-Childhood Té infinitat d’aprenentatges motrius, cognitius…

Spy Party Favor Ideen - Crafts + Activities for Kids - Babysitting Babysitting Activities, Learning Activities, Preschool Activities, Calming Activities, Day Care Activities, Babysitting Bag, Nursing Home Activities, School Age Activities, Early Finishers Activities

i-spy bottles

I-Spy bottles are a lot of fun to make! I personally liked the colors and shape of the Walmart flavored water bottles so we used those.......

Weekly Round-Up: December 31 - A Pinch of Kinder: How Many Cubes Can You Stack? – Number Sense Center for Kindergarten - Kindergarten Activities, Fun Math, Teaching Math, Preschool Activities, Math Games, Montessori Preschool, Montessori Elementary, Elementary Teaching, Maria Montessori

Weekly Round-Up: December 31

I'm popping in real quick to share a few things from the last 2 weeks. Scroll to the bottom for the calendar freebie! 1. 3D FIGURE TRACING BOOK I updated this one this summer and the kids enjoyed tracing the figures and words with the expo markers! This 3D figure tracing book is included in my 3D figure unit on TPT. You can find it by clicking here or on the image below: 2. HOW MANY CUBES CAN YOU STACK? Here is a simple building/number sense centre that I set out before the break! How many…

I love the idea of this! Play Create Explore: Baby Oil Sensory Bags = baby oil, food colouring, a little bit of water, glitter, objects to find (smooth). Put in ziplock bag and duct tape for leaks and little fingers who would like to open it. Toddler Play, Baby Play, Toddler Crafts, Fun Baby, Infant Activities, Preschool Activities, 5 Month Old Baby Activities, Painting Activities, Color Activities

Vida de mãe

Aventuras, desventuras e delícias da maternidade, de uma forma real e divertida. Vida de mãe, dicas, dúvidas cruéis e compartilhamentos.

Passionately Curious: Learning in a Reggio Inspired Kindergarten Environment: Report Cards: "Love Stories about Learning" Teaching Quotes, Parenting Quotes, Education Quotes, Literacy Quotes, Parenting Hacks, Quotes For Kids, Quotes To Live By, Quotes About Children Learning, Sayings About Children

Report Cards: "Love Stories about Learning"

Wouldn't report card writing seem so much less tedious if we changed the lens that we use to think about it? Our mindset and outlook on report cards absolutely impacts the way that we work through them and write them. What if we looked at them as love stories about the children we teach? If we unfolded their learning into the small boxes to share their successes and accomplishments? Last year I had a great conversation with some educators on Twitter about Report Cards and how much I love…