Patterning (kindergarten)

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Our theme this month is “Meet Me At the Pond” & the topic today was snakes. It’s been a while since we’ve done anything with patterns other...

Activities to practice patterns in your kindergarten classroom

Today I want to share some FUN back to school games for Kindergarten with you, but first – let me tell you what I’ve been up to lately…In my last post I mentioned that we recently bought a house and we’re busy getting settled. You know you’re a teacher when you are excited about decorating and making ... Read More about FUN Back to School Games for Kindergarten

Printable bugs and insects math and literacy activities for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten. Engaging additions to any spring unit.

Such a fun preschool math game! Roll a rainbow snack!! Great way to practice counting, numbers and colors.

Free, fun and useful Kindergarten - 1st Grade, Common Core aligned lesson plans, math games, calendars, behavior charts, materials and more!

These sneaky snakes are hiding, but your kindergartener can crack the code to color them in and reveal their patterns.

Good for pattern work...or I might print, laminate and cut them out to supplement the blocks we have.

Create an invitation to make patterns in your classroom or home by proving loose parts and plenty of variety for children to pattern with | you clever monkey

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Photo Source: froggyfriendsfun.blogspot.com This patterning activity from Karen LeBlanc over Froggy Friends Fun would be the perfect addition to a spring/summer gardening unit! Provide your kiddos with a divided platter of dried beans, peas, etc. and pieces of brown construction paper. Using a spinner, labeled with various patterns {AB, AAB, ABB, ABC, ABCC, AABC, etc.}, invite your kiddos to take turns spinning the spinner and using the beans, etc. to 'plant' the selected pattern in their…

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Interactive maths display - measuring length

Here's a fun fine motor math activity for preschool and kindergarten- pounding math patterns! In this hands-on math activity, children will create patterns by pounding golf tees into styrofoam pieces!

Hi guys! I can't believe it's already the last day of March! Here are some things that we have been up to this week! 1. BRICK BY BRICK LEGO BOOKS When I saw Antoinette from @shoelacesandsugarcookies post about these lego books on Instagram, I knew they were just what I needed to bring purpose and intention back to our lego centre! Unfortunately, they are only available from Barnes & Nobles and the shipping was a little on the pricey side but the books themselves are a steal for the quality…

I recently read about this over at the Teach Preschool blog and I loved the idea of building on the easel. This week I covered our easel with contact paper and secured it with duct tape. I then put cups of pattern blocks on one side and cups of colored yarn on the other. The children have been exploring creating art on the sticky surfaces. They have made designs, pictures, patterns and it is only Tuesday! They are really enjoying this experience. Surprisingly only one child asked if he could…