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• Felt Fractions - quiet book idea

• Great maths and other learning ideas - Montessori and tactile.

• such a great idea to help kids learn fractions...use paper plates!

• felt fractions from the counting coconuts blog, this woman has the best ideas! While I don't plan to home school my daughter, I do plan to teach and educate her as much as I possibly can, and learning starts way before school!

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Bowling For Integers - This is a partner game, and each player gets a bowling mat and a handful of colorful chips. The players take turns rolling 2 dice, then adding the sums of the numbers rolled. When one of the players rolls a number found on one of their pins, they "knock over" that pin with a chip. The first player to have all pins knocked over wins the game!

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Kids have to match the picture cards. Great use of felt board and so cheap to make! Not to mention other uses for it! Love this!!

OH MY ... felt butterflies and Owls... in spring colors.. bring on spring!

felt Jack-o-Lantern activity...such a good idea for a kid's Halloween party, or just attach to your fridge or wall and let the kids change it every day!

Use this recording tool to help your students review math skills based on the number of the day {Freebie}

Checkout this great post on Preschool Lesson Plans!

Match fractions, fraction names and fraction pictures in this Spring themed activity. A worksheet is included for extra consolidation. (Fractions i...

This 58 page packet is full of BEGINNER Fraction FUN! All the activities in this unit can be used for centers or whole group instruction. {Fraction...

Ooooh what a smart way to make the rods. I can make them all one color and the red and blue ones, and simply glue or otherwise attach them.