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Material para actividades lúdicas y didácticas


Material para actividades lúdicas y didácticas

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Oreo cookie moon phases fun!

Using Beaded Number Rods to help kids visualize addition/subtraction. (Free number toppers, flashcards and tips/ideas.)

Common Core Connection : Beaded Number Rods

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Lesson plans & technology for the Spanish classroom

More Spanish: vocabulary

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Edible sensory ideas for toddlers and babies -- great for when they still put things in their mouth.

34 Edible Sensory Play Ideas for Kids - hands on : as we grow

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popcorn math

Maths | Relief Teaching Ideas

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7 Amazing Health Benefits of Skin-to-Skin Contact After Birth #birth #skintoskin

7 Benefits Of Skin-to-Skin Contact After Birth

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The kids use cut-up paint chips to create their mosaic masterpieces.

Place objects inside a story bag and have children draw one piece at a time and tell a story.

Love this to help students understand where they live to the world.

Keeping safe in the parking lot - always have your kiddo touch the same spot on your car while they're waiting for you to help them in and out of the car.

Writer's Workshop Lesson...great visual

DIY: Story Stones - lovely!

All made of cardboard

music education

{mother's milk popsicles} - for those fussy teething days...

50 Things To Do With Babies During the First Year

DIY Leaf Projects

Great tutorial for how to make an easy, DIY pegboard! This shows a rhyming activity, but it could work for math or any other matching activity!

Encontrar el derecho a utilizar los colores puede hacer o romper un nuevo diseño. Además, el color juega un papel importante en la reacción ...

10 of the best toys and games for preschoolers. I love these ideas for babysitting and for future reference with my own kids

Effort meter--have students evaluate themselves.

Have an empty chart up on the board, and each team gets 4 different colored post-it notes. Write down which color corresponded to which type of sentence on the board for them to refer to. They worked with their team to come up with unique examples of each type of sentence.

describe adjectives with an apple slice...easy-peasy!