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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Counting Workstation

How is this for a Math Workstation...

I bought these cardboard letters at the teacher store. There were 3 of each number. On one set I put stickers to help those who are not identifying numbers yet. The other sets I left blank. The kids will match clothespins to the corresponding number. Again, I love this station because it builds in a fine motor component which is so important early in the year.




Stephanie

17 comments:

Madison said...

I love it! Simple, cute, and kinesthetic.
Life with Mrs. L

Crayons and Curls said...

Love this idea! :)
Cheryl
Crayons and Curls

Kids, Canines, and Chaos said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it! Totally copying this. I will be blogging about some of my fun math centers in the upcoming weeks, be sure to tune in! :)

Class Full of Speical Kinders said...

I love this idea. Kind of like "Touch Math" but a GREAT fine motor skill. Thank you for sharing and will definitely being using this in my Kinder class!

Jeannie

Jodi said...

Thanks for the great idea! What teacher store did you get the numbers from? Looking to order online tonight! :) Thanks again

Jodi
www.kinderkats.blogspot.com

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Pocket Full of Kinders

Mrs. Patton said...

Great idea! I will use this very soon!

Michele Moss said...

I found your blog on someone's blog list and now I am following you! I love this idea, especially since like you said it is counting and fine motor in one! Thanks!
What I Learned in Kindergarten

Pam said...

I love this idea! I am now a follower!

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I love that they get to learn by touching!


Love the poop! can see how the kid had fun with it!
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Carol Cobb said...

Thank you for sharing so much good stuff. I really like this number center - to this day I still do some adding by poking imaginary dots on numbers, lol!
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-Carol
Mrs. Cobb's Kinder Sprouts

happy's mommy said...

I <3 your blog! So many wonderful ideas! I have a little guy who has special needs and although he's in an integrated program it's only half days...so I work a lot with him here at home.

I can already tell that I'm going to spend lots of time here!

...danielle

Heather's Heart said...

I love this!

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Heather
Heather's Heart

Lisa Leirer said...

I found your blog though a pin that I re-pinned on my pinterest board. I wanted to thank you for providing fun, hands-on activities that are inexpensive and easy to create. I have already tried several of your ideas in my pre-k class and I look forward to trying some more. Thank you for teaching and for sharing!
Lisa