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Using one 12-cup or 18-cup egg carton. Put numbers on stickers and put in bottom of each cup. These can be made anyway you want to correspond with your student's ability level. We used numbers 1-12 and then repeated 1-6. Place a marker of some kind (colored chip, button, etc) inside carton and close lid. Shake the carton and open to see the number the marker landed on. You can use this for the following: 1. Bingo 2. Uncover game (Cover the number on the game board that corresponds with th
Roll, Say, Keep: this is a great game for identifying shapes, letters, words, numbers...while practicing mathematical skills too. Place numerals, shapes, letters or words on each space. Have your child roll the die and find the corresponding space that matches their roll. If they can identify the item in that space, they keep it. #sjsd
Supporting the Royals in the World Series and learning all the while! 1st picture: Sort and classify different balls based on their physical characteristics. 2nd picture: Measuring using small baseball bats. #nonstandard methods of measurement 3rd picture: I was ______ bats tall. #finemotor 4th picture: fun with balls and bats #grossmotor 5th picture: immersed in literacy 6th picture: how many bats would it take to go all the way around the teacher?