Printable Apple Seed Counting Activity - From ABCs to ACTs
Preschool kids will have a blast while playing this simple Smack the Number counting game! Work on number recognition and one to one correspondence in a fun way!
Color by Sight Word for Christmas!
Counting and Measuring with Lego: Preschool Maths Game - Good way to visually compare numbers - I would suggest making the corresponding numbers (like 5 and 15 or 8 and 18) the same color to help see the pattern relationship between the numbers (5 and 15 or 8 and 18 are separated by 10)
Use a straw dispenser for pencils.
Write sight words on the flat part of the bubblewrap and when they read the word correctly, they got to pop the bubble! It was sight word recognition and an occupational therapy/finger strengthening activity. You could do letter recognition, number recognition, math facts, etc.
CVC Word Bingo - This SMART Board game helps students identify CVC words by their component sounds. Print out a Bingo card for each student. Every card has 9 random CVC Words. (Click here for a sample Bingo card.) In this example, the game asks, “Find the word /d/ ŏ /g/?” The students would then check their cards and, if found, cover the word dog. When a student has 3 in a row, they win.
35 Sensory Aids and Ideas to aid with SPD. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.
Explore numbers 1-10 in many different ways. Preschool, pre-k, and special ed. - multi-sensory and differentiated
#Knoala Two to Three Year Old activity 'Bottle Top Alphabet' helps little ones develop Cognitive and Language skills in just 15 mins. Click for simple instructions & 1000s more fun, easy, no-prep activities for kids ages 0-5! #activities #DIY
Custom made playdough mats containing children's names in letters that show the correct letter formation. A perfect tool for teachers, homeschoolers and parents who are eager to introduce the younger learner to the correct way their names should be formed. RamonaM Graphics used with special permission from artist LT8485S
A bridge between technology and family game night, Ozobot encourages kids to play and interact. Kids code Ozobot’s movements by drawing color-coded lines on a tablet or on plain old white paper. Put Ozobot on the lines and he’ll do what the code says.
My Up themed classroom door for back to school :)