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Tower of numbers: Each roll of toilet paper has a number on it. These toilet paper rolls will need to be placed in the correct order to create a tower. (Place a circle piece of paper between the rolls to make it easier to balance.

Un juego que hoy os enseño para trabajar el conteo y la numeración es:    "Los botes caza-abejas"         Pero... ¿cómo se juega?   Número d...

Un juego que hoy os enseño para trabajar el conteo y la numeración es: "Los botes caza-abejas" Pero... ¿cómo se juega? Número d...

No mess!  Fill Ziplock bags with hair gel, food coloring and glitter.  Students can practice writing/forming letters, numbers, shapes etc.

hair gel, food coloring, glitter - my kids LOVE these! Make sure you put tape or something over the zipper side of the bag! We had problems with leaking after they were played with for a while. :) Hair gel and food coloring

Lego learning games

Could also be used in a spelling center.Lego-out the words. Lego learning games - exploring Lego and play dough. This is a great activity for sensory play, imaginative play, letter recognition and sight words.

The Elementary Math Maniac: Quick and Fun Math Practice for Little Kids~ counting sticks to work on learning basic numbers. Great for reviewing number-object correspondence with preschool and kindergarten students.

The kids will love this colorful math work for number recognition. The Elementary Math Maniac: Quick and Fun Math Practice for Little Kids. Another cute way to show number recolonization and one to one correspondence.

clothespin number and letter match-up game - teach mama

clothespin number and letter match-up game

Dot to number match up with clothes pins. Can be modified for bigger numbers, base ten blocks, subtraction, etc. Great for math centers. Could also match capital and lower case letters in a literacy center.

A freezer or zipper bag, acrylic paint and a cotton bud... The perfect tool to practise mark making and letter formation. Love it!

Paint Bag Writing Tablet - Put some finger paint or tempera paint into a sturdy freezer ziploc bag. Seal it well and smoosh the paint around the entire bag. Children can practice writing letters or sight words.

Una imagen sacada de instagram, una gran idea!

Una imagen sacada de instagram, una gran idea!

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