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  • Emily Diehl

    Glitter Paint in baggies for tactile learning *numbers, letters, shapes*

  • jill owens

    Put some glitter paint into zip lock bags to practice writing numbers or letters. When teaching numbers I find children respond really well if they are able to touch and feel

  • Laura Pope

    sand in a ziplock to write numbers. Also lots of resources for teaching preschool math

  • marisela sayago

    Math ideas! Fun way to write numbers.

  • Erin Burkey

    Making kindergarten math fun!

  • Carol Stralow

    glitter paint in bags to teach writing numbers and letters, these are similar to the hair gel bags :o)

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