Red Caboose Child Care Center, Inc. in Madison, Wisconsin did this spider legs counting game that all the students loved! This game helped the preschoolers with developing their counting-skills, number recognition, and building-up their fine motor abilities.
The letter E and its lowercase version of e is very important. The fifth letter in the alphabet it is a vowel and occurs in many words.
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Our celebration of colors continues for weeks as we devote one day per color. (We are a three days a week program, therefore it takes us a little longer.)
In continuation of our fall celebration, we focused on pumpkins and all the learning and exploration that happens through pumpkins. We hammered golf tees into them, emptied their insides, counted pumpkin seeds, laced felt pumpkins, made play dough from canned pumpkin, and of course, learned that pumpkin begins with P.
Kreatywne Bliźniaki created this really neat activity that involves counting seeds in order to develop math skills and match one’s seeds with those on pictures of pumpkins. It is fun and when paired with the free printables it makes for a low-prep math activity that is without a doubt perfect for Fall!
This Do-it-Yourself photo booth will have your students yelling, “Up, up, and away!” Created by the teachers and kids at The Children’s Center in Portland, Maine, it was designed by laying a backdrop on the floor that looks like a neighborhood and the sky.