Feed the Shark Game- adapt using bean bags instead of lettered fish.  You can adapt the game for different ages by feeding the shark different colors, shapes, letter shapes, and letter sounds.  The possibilities are endless!

Feed the Shark Game- adapt using bean bags instead of lettered fish. You can adapt the game for different ages by feeding the shark different colors, shapes, letter shapes, and letter sounds. The possibilities are endless!

Playful Learners: Small World: Hair gel under the sea

Playful Learners: Small World: Hair gel under the sea

Fish for Shapes game...I could use this as a matching game for end-of-the-year review.  Specifically, I'd write the shape's name on one fish {cylinder} and draw a picture of it on another fish.  ~RA

Fish for Shapes game...I could use this as a matching game for end-of-the-year review. Specifically, I'd write the shape's name on one fish {cylinder} and draw a picture of it on another fish. ~RA

Bottle Top Leaf Boats - something else to do on a rainy day with a puddle

Bottle Top Leaf Boats - something else to do on a rainy day with a puddle

Bottle Top Leaf Boats - something else to do on a rainy day with a puddle

Bottle Top Leaf Boats - something else to do on a rainy day with a puddle

Invitation to retell the story Julia Donaldson's Snail and the Whale.  Spot the snail!  Via Anna Longhawn

Invitation to retell the story Julia Donaldson's Snail and the Whale. Spot the snail! Via Anna Longhawn

Phonic challenge - Kim's Game. Remember it from your childhood?? Second memory game I've set up this term.

Phonic challenge - Kim's Game. Remember it from your childhood?? Second memory game I've set up this term.

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