I'm going to use a twist on this idea as one of my literacy centers this week.  Students will pick an action figure from my collection and take pictures of that figure in places that demonstrate different prepositional phrases, i.e. under my desk, then they will write the caption for each picture using the correct prepositional phrase.

Prepositions: Vocabulary for Beginning Readers

Basic vocabulary, like knowing prepositions, is necessary for beginning readers. Teach prepositions with this simple game. - would be super cute in Strip Designer app Supplies A plastic Cup Either action figure or doll.

Making Patterns with Lego and Egg Cartons

Making Patterns with Lego and Egg Cartons

Shadow tracing. Outdoor learning. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning.

Light-Shadow tracing ~ so simple, yet so brilliant. It was this picture that inspired me to get the old light projectors from the school storage, and do a tracing activity for Groundhog Day. The kids loved the light and shadow experiment.

Soak your clothespins in RIT dye to make color-coded clothespins.

Rit dyed clothes pins -- This is such an easy way to color them! Great idea for adding a punch of color to clothes pins on clip-it behavior charts.

Pattern recognition {legos}

Pattern recognition with Duplos--good for Math activity in preschool workbox

Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Patterns & Math Stations Lots of Pattern ideas

Ricca's Kindergarten: Patterns & Math Stations Lots of Pattern ideas Algebra standard: Understand patterns, relations and functions

Create an invitation to make patterns in your classroom or home by proving loose parts and plenty of variety for children to pattern with | you clever monkey

Twinkl Resources

Twinkl Resources - making and creating teaching resources made easy for the classroom teacher or stay at home parent

Patterning Learning Goals and Success Criteria for Kindergarten! AB patterns!

I love this learning goal and success criteria chart for patterns, I would definitely create my own and have it in my classroom to show what we are learning.

As teachers, I think it's a good idea to try to find learning opportunities outside of the four walls of our classrooms. Most of us do field trips here and there but I'm talking about teaching regular

Math Inquiry Outside: Patterning (Create Dream Explore)

As teachers, I think it's a good idea to try to find learning opportunities outside of the four walls of our classrooms. Most of us do field trips here and there but I'm talking about teaching regular

Great way to use the ice cube tray

Pre-K Pattern Activities for Math

Patterns- Materials: ice cube trays, one per child, colored pom-pom& Give the students a variety of colored pom-pom& and show them how to pattern in the ice cube tray.

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