Hundreds Chart Teaching Tool

Gearin Up with Number Grids

How it feels...

"It senses activity kids. I do a 'feely' activity when learning the 'how we do science,' this idea organizes those 'touchy' things. I would leave the description off because I want my students to use their own words to describe the feel.

Pipe cleaners cut short with a number taped to the end.  Have the kids feed the same number of pony beads onto the pipe cleaners.

Maybe not for Jordan because he will stick the bead up his nose! Pipe cleaners cut short with a number taped to the end. Have the kids feed the same number of pony beads onto the pipe cleaners. GREAT for one-to-one correspondence and fine motor skills!

fine motor - sticker activity

Sticker Fun - simple, fun but very good for fine motor skills. For on the go draw shapes on index cards and place in your busy bags. Great idea from ABC and a Learning Cooperative.

fine motor - play dough, spaghetti or skewer, and cheerios activity

Fine-tune motor skills with just some playdough, cheerios and spaghetti noodles! also other ideas for fine motor skills

back to school/separation feelings  http://funhandprintart.blogspot.com/search/label/general%20handprint%20art

Back to School with The Kissing Hand {Round-up

An idea from the book 'The Kissing Hand': Trace your child's handprint every first day of school to create a keepsake as they grow and learn! Great book for separation anxiety.

Tempting idea to decorate the classroom clock......because middle school kids cannot tell time.

Do you have a little one learning to tell time? I love this flower clock craft to help with teaching time to kids! Natalie and Mary at The Thrifty Turtle will show you how to make this Flower Peta.

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