Sunday, December 7, 2014

Back from the Break

This week was our first week back after the Thanksgiving break.  Often, I wonder how the children will respond in our classroom having been away for some time - What will they need reminders about? Will they remember their lessons?  The pictures from this week show me that I should not have been worried.  Clearly they remembered a lot and came back refreshed and ready to continue:

Sharpening a pencil during the Rainbow Letters writing practice activity.

Painting at the easel.

Labeling odd and even numbers with the Cards and Counters lesson.

Math Step Board:  matching numbers and placing them in sequence.

Fine motor development with Locks and Keys.

Making quantities with numbers and beads, 11-19.

Beginning sounds with the Moveable Alphabet.

Vocabulary building cards.

Counting numbers 1-10 with the colored beads of the Short Bead Stair.

An extension activity for number 1-10.

Counting and one-to-one correspondence with the Number Rods.

Building fine motor control with Nuts and Bolts.

Practical Life: Polishing Glass

Building the Brown Stair.

Pairing colors with the Second Color Tablet Box.

Working with and comparing the  Pink Tower and Brown Stair.

"This is a triangular based pyramid."

"Here is the lake!"

I very much appreciate how this student has set up these materials in order to maximize movement.

Folding the Hundred Chain to make a square of one hundred.

There have been many World Maps being made this week.

"That box is empty because zero means nothing."

Linear and skip counting by tens with the Hundred Chain.

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