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Label the door frame or the side of the board to help kids remember horizontal, vertical, x axis, y axis. 36 Clever DIY Ways To Decorate Your Classroom

Fine motor and maths activity. Children have to do the sum, or, for younger children, count the dots, and then match the key up to the correct padlock to open it. This activity not only improves their maths, but also strengthens the muscles in their hands and fingers, which is important for improving writing skills.

Fine motor and maths activity. Children have to do the sum, or, for younger children, count the dots, and then match the key up to the correct padlock to open it.

Big numbers and clip on the right # of clothes pins. Math and fine motor in one activity. Score!

Big numbers and clip on the right # of clothes pins. Math and fine motor in one activity. you could also make the numbers different colors and have them match colored clothes pins to the color of the number

Used in conjunction with all about me papers. One student could be spotlighted in the first 3 weeks of school.

First weeks of school activities- some great ideas. How many letters in my name? Coming up with a characteristic about themselves with the same sound as the first sound in their name. Lee's Kindergarten: All About Me!

Easy diy Gatsby/ roaring 20s centerpieces for quinceanera

Easy diy Gatsby/ roaring centerpieces - Use recycled cookie tins for base -Instead of two bottles have a martini glass full of beads

Counting, ordering and measuring with lego

Counting and Measuring with Lego: Preschool Maths Game

Counting, Ordering and Measuring with Lego (pinned by Super Simple Songs): This station activity has you create numbered Legos for students to use for counting, stacking and number recognition.

I bought these cardboard letters at the teacher store. There were 3 of each number. On one set I put stickers to help those who are not identifying numbers yet. The other sets I left blank. The kids will match clothespins to the corresponding number. Again, I love this station because it builds in a fine motor component which is so important early in the year.

On one set I put stickers to help those who are not identifying numbers yet. The other set I left blank. The kids will match clothespins to the corresponding number. Also add numbers for touch math.

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