Christelle Vanmechelen

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Pour les ateliers d'entrainement sur la reconnaissance et la lecture des nombres jusqu'à 99, j'avais trouvé des cartes de nomenclature qui servent beaucoup à mes élèves sur le site Participassions.

Pour les ateliers d'entrainement sur la reconnaissance et la lecture des nombres jusqu'à 99, j'avais trouvé des cartes de nomenclature qui servent beaucoup à mes élèves sur le site Participassions.

Lecture de phrases Plus

Lecture de phrases Plus

Jeu mots fréquents

Jeu mots fréquents

Rainbow Addition Mats! A fun way to work on addition this spring during a St. Patrick's Day or weather unit with kindergarten or first grade kids! #rainbow #addition #mathfreebies #stpatricksday #mathcenters

Rainbow Addition Mats! A fun way to work on addition this spring during a St. Patrick's Day or weather unit with kindergarten or first grade kids! #rainbow #addition #mathfreebies #stpatricksday #mathcenters

Learning how to add and subtraction fractions with the same denominator the Montessori way #montessori #math #fractions #elementary #gradeschool #homeschool

Learning how to add and subtraction fractions with the same denominator the Montessori way #montessori #math #fractions #elementary #gradeschool #homeschool

Hühner mit Wattepads basteln

Hühner mit Wattepads basteln

This cute Build a Bear Number Match printable will help your kids build a strong number sense! Your kids will build the number bears by counting the bees, watermelon seeds, fingers on a hand, dots on a hot cocoa tens frame, toothbrush and carrot shaped tally marks and more! #printablesforkids #numbersense #counting

This cute Build a Bear Number Match printable will help your kids build a strong number sense! Your kids will build the number bears by counting the bees, watermelon seeds, fingers on a hand, dots on a hot cocoa tens frame, toothbrush and carrot shaped tally marks and more! #printablesforkids #numbersense #counting

19 Artists Creatively Pushing the Boundaries of Embroidery - My Modern Met

The art of embroidery has existed throughout time, dating as far back as century BC. Despite its centuries-old origins, this timeless craft has continually been reenergized by visionary artists who push the boundaries of its meaning and limits.