Provocation, "What Letters Can You Make With Wire?" (from Wonders in Kindergarten, Ana Marie Ralph on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/BBItSCLJH2J/?taken-by=anamariaralph)

This can be used as a build a word option on literacy menus"What Words Can You Make With." Switch out the materials every 2 weeks.

What started as a trip to the water by our place ended up being a full day project of doing little things for our class this fall.     This ...

What started as a trip to the water by our place ended up being a full day project of doing little things for our class this fall.

Number sense math tray. Instagram photo by @curious_kinders • 50 likes

Ever wonder how you could get your son or daughter to be more interested in math? Math is hard work, but with some fun maths games, you can capture their

A fun new game to practice number recognition, counting, subitizing, and adding. Roll the two dice, add them up, select the correct number of cubes, and build your tower on the correct number in the circle!

A fun new game to practice number recognition, counting, subitizing, and adding…

I like this! Give children a variety of objects and they have to place them with the right letter. You could maybe start off with only one letter and work your way up!

Dollar tree has great sorting trays! beginning sound sort, chip & dip tray from dollar tree and lakeshore letter tubs.

Great for fine motor control! Trace the shapes with beans or small manipulatives to make designs.

placing beans or small manipulatives to make designs, combining loose parts and fine motor development with art.

Playdough provocation: Inventor's Workshop. Chatterpix The Curious Kindergarten.

Playdough Provocations: Inventor’s Workshop!

If you are looking for a way to jazz up the materials at your playdough table, I have a tried and tested provocation that I’m sure your students will love: The Inventor’s Workshop.

Alphabet Ping-Pong Drop Literacy game for #children #educational #resources

Alphabet Ping-Pong Drop Literacy Game - The Imagination Tree - what a cool upcycling idea too. Maybe not the ping pong balls but small bottle tops? Or smaller magnetic letters?

Wonders in Kindergarten: Teaching literacy holistically in our classroom

Literacy takes place daily in our classroom and is immersed in all activities that the children take part in.

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