I know some people get overwhelmed when trying to think of new ideas for provocations. Today I want to share with you some simple ideas for literacy provocations that may spark some new ideas for you! Enjoy! If you are reading this and wondering what a provocation is, please read Fairy Dust's post: What is a Provocation? *Note: These provocations are from a Reggio-Inspired Preschool here in Tulsa, OK, Rosa Parks ECEC. These provocations were found in PreK classrooms, ages 4-5. Chicka-Chicka…
We all know that young children learn best through hands-on activities. When children can manipulate letters to form words or use manipulatives such as counters to learn critical concepts their learning accelerates. The Make, Take & Teach cookie sheet activities offers students hands-on fun for learning and practicing beginning literacy and number concepts. These activities […]
"I have, who has?" maths game by Little Lifelong Learners. "I have, who has?" is a fun preschool numeracy card game to practice number recognition for 0-20. Download your free "I have, who has?" printable to make learning at home fun and easy and help your preschoolers and Kindergarteners develop early math skills!
We are so excited to share these engaging and unique activity ideas by Jenn from @pinkpolkadotsandprek. Her kids have been using their StoryBricks® Letter Board to help with literacy and numeracy learning at home.
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