Crina Ivan

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Leveled Shape Matching-jumbo Popsicle sticks. (From top) Level 2 (2 shapes per pair, random colors), Level 3 (3 shapes per pair, same color scheme throughout to demand attention to detail) and Level 4 ( 4 shapes per pair, same color scheme throughout to demand attention to detail). SKILLS: color recognition, shape recognition, matching (could be modified to expose students to patterns). Great for ECI

Leveled Shape Matching-jumbo Popsicle sticks. (From top) Level 2 (2 shapes per pair, random colors), Level 3 (3 shapes per pair, same color scheme throughout to demand attention to detail) and Level 4 ( 4 shapes per pair, same color scheme throughout to demand attention to detail). SKILLS: color recognition, shape recognition, matching (could be modified to expose students to patterns). Great for ECI

Individual activity that has them practice matching their letters.

Individual activity that has them practice matching their letters.

The Perfect Animal Habitat Activities for Preschool, STEM, Building animal habitats, Reggio Emilia Provocations, Sensory bins, Early Childhood Education

The Perfect Animal Habitat Activities for Preschool, STEM, Building animal habitats, Reggio Emilia Provocations, Sensory bins, Early Childhood Education

Understanding addition through lots of activities and resources. Maths is fun!

Understanding addition through lots of activities and resources. Maths is fun!

This simple math game is a great fun way to help kids learn to count. You’ll need some LEGO DUPLO bricks, two characters, a small baseboard, and a large die. Each player chooses a character then rolls the die. Count out the corresponding number of bricks together and add them to your child’s tower. Whoever gets to ten first is the winner, or make it a larger number to challenge older children – can you get to 100?

This simple math game is a great fun way to help kids learn to count. You’ll need some LEGO DUPLO bricks, two characters, a small baseboard, and a large die. Each player chooses a character then rolls the die. Count out the corresponding number of bricks together and add them to your child’s tower. Whoever gets to ten first is the winner, or make it a larger number to challenge older children – can you get to 100?