Learning games


Learning games

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Car Ride Activities Set 1...good for quiet time, too.

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Activities to Boost Language Development: 18-24 Months. Repinned by playwithjoy.com. For more language pins visit pinterest.com/playwithjoy

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This game is VERY simple but powerful for the kids because it helps them to make those connections that 5 pennies = 1 nickel, 2 nickels = 1 dime, etc...

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Sight Word Flip (idea from All About Reading)

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Five FREE sight word templates to be used on a cookie sheet! Full version contains 43 templates.

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Write the alphabet on a cookie sheet, provide letters or magnetic letters to match. Would be great for matching lower case to upper case too.

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an awesome list of activities based on age -- submitted by professionals -- even goes down to early infant!

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good for teaching counting - could also do upper and lowercase letters to match

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Little Family Fun: Crafts & Activities for kids

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Alphabet Monster Game - cute for artic!

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Chore board for kids... I used a cookie pan and scrapbook paper. I put magnets on the back of bottle caps that I got in the scrapbook dept. of Hobby Lobby. When the kids finish the chore they move the bottle cap to the edge of the pan.

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teach phases of the moon with oreos - and then a BIG glass of milk!

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Oil drip pan from Walmart as a giant magnet board ($12)-genius!

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Sight word parking lot game -- call out a word & they "park" in that place!

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bottle tops, glue on foam stickers. Instant stamps. cheap too!

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Toys that are not picked up go in the ransom box and they have to pick a chore to complete to earn it back! A great lesson in personal responsibility.

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Put velcro dots on the ends of popsicle sticks. Kids can make letters or shapes over and over again.

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This game is VERY simple but powerful for the kids because it helps them to make those connections that 5 pennies = 1 nickel, 2 nickels = 1 dime, etc...

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borax, cornstarch and glue makes a bouncy ball, who knew!

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Cut up pipe-cleaners and place them in a bottle. Use a magnet to manipulate them. kids will stay busy for hours.

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fishing for magnetic letters in the bath tub -- great activity for winter days. This site has SO many fun things for kids to do!!

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cardboard numbers with stickers and clothespins to create a math workstation.

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Match upper- and lowercase letters with spoons! Use one colored spoon and one clear along with a sharpie or two.

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words on mega blocks

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