Category:Education’

Stop Bullying!!!

 - by Stacey

PLEASE STOP BULLYING, sign this petition, Christy McGee, School District 51, Expel students bullying and assaulting in FRUITA, Colo. – 8-9 school – Sign the Petition! Change.org on Facebook!!! We all need to get involved and get our children involved with this issue, stop bullying! It is very important! Thanks for all of you that want to support this issue, please leave comment if you would like. The Link won’t work here on my post so under the comments is the link for you to click on and it will take you right to it, thanks again.

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Name Recognition Ice Skates

 - by Stacey

I made these Ice Skates to go with my winter theme and to help the children learn recognition of their names. This helped the children learn letters and how to spell their names. I added some different color hearts so we could work on colors, patterns and then matching the color patterns with the right Ice Skate. This also was a lesson on Ice Skates, which not too many children knew what they were. Please share some fun winter theme things you have done!

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Number Recognition

 - by Stacey

This is a piece of paper with numbers written on it covered up with pop bottle caps. Mix all the numbers up so they are not in order, this helps the child recognize each individual number. Save your pop bottle caps. Write numbers on the top of the pop bottle caps and numbers on a piece of blank paper. You and your child can play a match up game with the numbers on the pop bottle caps to the numbers on the paper. Have fun while teaching your child their numbers.

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Letter Recognition

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This is a piece of paper with capital letters written on it covered up with milk caps. Mix all the letters up so they are not in order, this helps the child recognize each individual letter. Work on your sounds when going over each letter and save your milk caps. Write capital and lower case letters on the top of the milk caps and write capital and lower case letters on a piece of blank paper. You and your child can play a match up game with the letters on the paper to the letters on the milk caps. Match capital letters on the caps to the capital letters on the paper or you could match capital letters on the paper to the lower case letters on the milk caps. Have fun teaching your child their ABC’s.

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Letter Recognition

 - by Stacey

This is just a piece of paper with the lower case letters written on it. Mix all the letters up so they are not in order, this helps the child recognize each individual letter. Work on your sounds when going over each letter. My next post will show something you can do with this paper to add some extra fun while learning. Have fun with your child learning their ABC’s.

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Letter and Number Recognition

 - by Stacey

Have your children practice writing their letters and numbers with their fingers in conditioner, toothpaste, washable paint and shaving cream. Put all these items in separate zip lock bags and seal them closed. Shaving cream does not stay that long in the bag but the toothpaste, paint and conditioner stays for a long time. You can add food coloring or colored washable paint to the shaving cream to change the color. You can also go through the sounds of each letter while your child writes them. Have some fun teaching your child/children their letters, numbers and sounds.

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