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  • Emma Martin Simple Math Activity

  • Shona Poinsettia

    doing this tomorrow! Texture Sequencing Sticks - color, texture and quantities matched to digits. Lots of simultaneous learning happening. When students make these for themselves you add fine motor. I would let them keep the sticks in a pencil box at their desk and help them learn to count objects and match the spoken number word to the symbolic digit - so difficult for some of my kiddos.

  • Kenda Witmer

    Textured sticks.. Math are for putting in order. Small group activity

  • Alissa Thome

    Textured popsicle sticks. great idea to engage the senses

  • Arenia Amaro

    Textured sticks.. math center: ordering #s

  • Michelle Echavarria

    counting sensory activity

  • Danielle Oleszczuk

    Textured sticks..a tactile way to learn numbers!

  • Sharon Bruen

    jumbo craft sticks

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