Thursday, May 28, 2009

Busy bees outside and busy hands inside...

The knobbed cylinders appeal to the first, second, and third year students.

For more of a challenge, children can choose to try this material blindfolded.

Skip counting..2,4,6,8 who do we appreciate??

Loose quantity, sorting, and matching all in one work!

It takes excellent fine motor skills to use these teeny tiny clothespins.

Barrettes and hairbands...matching colors and fine motor work at the same time.

Ice cubes to cool us down...

The infamous teen material. It never gets old.

Learning to draw a chick.

Grouping loose quantities.

Learning about pastel crayons and blending.

Preparing snack for friends..

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