Saturday, August 27, 2011

More Pinterest-Inspired Creations

While cruising around Pinterest, I found a couple of great activities to use for Kindergarten activity centers.
umber Activities for early elementary kids: hands-on math activities, perfect for Math Centers!

Wondering what to do with the extra two thousand Highlights stickers you have accumulated? Here's a great hands-on activity to practice counting.

I found this great idea on Pinterest that comes from Tunstall Times!
You can use up more stickers making some ordinal number strips. Place stickers across a strip of heavy duty paper, grab a clothespin, and you're all set. Here the clothespin is showing the sticker in 5th place.
*You can even use stickers that go with your unit topic to make it more thematic.

I also got busy creating the following activities. They will be used as my first Literacy Centers. Students will use magnetic letters or letter tiles to complete these tasks!

uppercase & lowercase

beginning sounds

vowel sounds

ending sounds

The above activities and more are available {here}.
The set includes practice with:
beginning sounds
ending sounds
vowel sounds
CVC words
alphabetical order/missing letters
Then I got busy making a few activities that will be used as my first Math Centers. Students will complete the tasks using magnetic numbers or number tiles.




These number activities can be found {here}.
Math Centers Activity Pack: hands-on math centers for Kindergarten!

Check out my Pinterest boards, packed with more engaging learning activities!
Click the link below:


Deebi27 said...

Thanks so much for sparking my creative ways of using these ideas. I have already called my co-workers on these goodies and emailed to my director as well (she will need to purchase some magnetic stripping for my extension of ideas thanks to YOU! I have a Pre-K classroom!

france said...

Hi, what a perfect site ou got here. Thank you very much for sharing with us. I was in sk also. In a French school.
I have a kindergarten also.
Keep doing your good job.

Anonymous said...

Thankyou so much for sharing, you have such great ideas.

Anonymous said...

You are a very clever lady. I love looking at your site and finding ideas to help liven up my teaching.
Thank you.

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