What's Missing? A memory activity to boost kids minds.   Love the idea of using Potato Head parts!

The "What's Missing?" Memory Activity for Kids

What's Missing? A memory activity to boost kids minds. Love the idea of using Potato Head parts! ((Remember the "what's different" game - change something on the person))

Patterning Musical Chairs: Pass out manipulatives to students to create a pattern on their desk. Each student creates only 3 units of their pattern -- repeating or growing pattern. Extra manipulatives stay on table for the game. Play music as students travel around the room. When you stop the music, each student finds a desk -- must figure out the pattern

Term 1 Patterning Musical Chairs: Pass out manipulatives to students to create a pattern on their desk. Play music as students travel around the room. When you stop the music, add 1 more unit onto the pattern.

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for the older kids,Ten Apples up on Top Dr. Seuss apple prints: Let students draw their selves and then using apples cut in half and make prints with paint ontop of their head and see how many they can fit on their heads

This resource is a collection of task cards that show the first three stages of a growing number pattern. On each task card there is space for the student to make the next stage of the pattern.Use these task cards with matchsticks/toothpicks, paddlepop sticks or counting sticks.Encourage your students to find the rule and starting number, or write the number pattern eg 4, 8, 12, 16.This resource contains 15 task cards for increasing number patterns and an answer key.Visit my blog at…

Growing number patterns task cards

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Swish Game For Visual Perception

Ten Apples Up On Top: ELA & Math Craft if a great fall activity for kids from pre-k, kindergarten and first grade. Engaging and educational!

Ten Apples On Top: ELA & Math Craft

Ten Apples Up On Top: ELA & Math Craft. Great tie in to the Dr Seuss book. Students must complete the craft and generate an addition number sentence based on their craft. Good for fall activities or to use during the month of March for Dr Seuss' birthday!

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