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great idea for my few who need this.
Back To Nature
Do you have a little one who has a hard time with messy play?
Math For Kids
Domino Parking Lot Math
Sensory Processing Disorder
Sensory processing issues
Roll the dice, write the number, then write the number before & after it
Sight Word Activities
How to Practice Spelling with Kinesthetic Learners
Beginning Of School
A trick to teach kids how to hold their pencil the correct way. Who knew? Quite clever.
sorting activities/ideas - could use word families
Projects For Kids
White rice + food coloring + rubbing alcohol = Rainbow rice! A less messy alternative to sandboxes.
Could use this for spelling/ math/ etc...
Teaching Sight Words
Sight Word Practice
Sight Word Games
Multi-Sensory Ideas for Teaching Sight Words
Speech Language Therapy
Speech And Language
sight word hockey ~ so adaptable for use with math, color, letters.....
40 FREE CVC and CCVC/CVCC cards to create your own Build It-Write It cards. Great for small group instruction or for literacy centers!
Math Board Games
Board Games For Kids
Bump is a math game that's been around for a while and there are many different versions of it. Basically, the kids roll dice, figure the sum and c... Could use with multiplication!?
Free Activities For Kids
Crafts For Kids
Activities For 4 Year Olds
spelling words w/ clothes pin letters (fine motor and literacy)
Here's a terrific idea for working on subtraction. Includes subtraction work mat, number sentences, and recording sheet.
Fraction Flipper Foldable...this is pretty awesome
Kindergarten Language Arts
Sight Word Motions
really neat resources for dice. Basically anything and everything dice related, geared towards educational use.
Free Dice Games
Using a Gel board to build handwriting skills - Board with hair gel! Cheap and fun!
Activities For Kids
play dough words. Great for kinesthetic learners - will do with sight words
Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks! (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.)