Saturday, January 31, 2009

busy hands

skip counting
"5, 10, 15, 20, 25"

using visual
discrimination...

...to construct
the binomial cube

the number dice game
1-5

magnetic vs.
non-magnetic

exploring the environment
for more magnetic things

transferring water
with a baster

peeking into a box of
lovey-dovey fragile objects

tracing
a flower puzzle

tissue paper
collage

a group of children
counting butterflies

each child is given a
sandpaper numeral
and asked to bring back
the corresponding quantity
of butterflies

5 comments:

  1. I really like the idea of the sandpaper numbers with the butterflies. Thanks for posting these pics.

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  2. Oh, I like seeing the the binomial cube in action and tracing puzzle pieces.

    Do you kids like the binomial cube? I am still debating whether to buy it for my kids.

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  3. Hey Annie!
    Thank you for sharing! Would you mind explaining the skip counting and number dice game activities? Thank you, Miri

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  4. I like the magnetic and dropper ideas - and of course the tissue art - what fun!

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  5. Thanks for the pics! I'm such a visual person. I adore your Valentine themed ideas, especially the treasured items box! So sweet.
    Thanks.
    Jennifer

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