Maternelle

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painting like Michelangelo. great for students struggling with fine motor hand writing. It builds strength in pincer grasp.

nomme le nombre que tu as attrapé! Magnetic Letter and Number Fishing. They write what they catch!

A fun hands on way to practice printing sight words, spelling, alphabet letters and pre-printing shapes.

A fun hands on way to practice printing sight words, spelling, alphabet letters and pre-printing shapes.

So, I totally didn't make this, but it was hanging up in my classroom last week (Thanks, Terri!), and I totally love it (and the kids REALLY enjoy it). It's super easy to make. All you need is a piece of poster board (Dollar Store sells them for \$.50), 2 paper cups, 2 paper towel roll insides, a basket or bowl, beads/counters/beans, etc. and a marker to draw the plus sign! These are all simply taped to the poster board using packaging tape. My older students love to experiment with bigger…

Who taught you how to save money? This easy piggy bank can be made in under an hour with everyday items like a plastic soda bottle.

My son is 22 months old, so we have been talking a lot about numbers and attempting to count with him. I came up with this activity while ...

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Many of our children are very interested in math! They have entered their sensitive period for numbers and all things related (see post on sensitive periods). The Montessori materials follow the developmental sequence of the child when they become interested in math. We have heard many voices saying the numbers which is called rote counting. This is when a child can repeat the numbers because they have memorized them. We have also seen some number recognition. This is when a child can…

Oh boy.... do I have a fun craft for you today!! In this post I'm going to show you how to make a Wearable Puppet Stage. Kids love putting on puppet shows. Well, why not wear a puppet stage? It just makes sense.... carry this puppet stage on your chest and you are all ready to put on a puppet show for your family and friends. Keep in mind you will need a bit of help from an adult with the cutting of the box. So, grab the materials needed and let's get started.

Toddler activity with playdoh, spaghetti noodles and cheerios. Good for fine motor skills and keeps them busy for a long time!

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