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A fun way to practice making 5. Put two-sided manipulatives in a cup, have the kids shake and pour them out. They dab or color the way they made 5.

A fun way to practice making 5. Put two-sided manipulatives in a cup, have the kids shake and pour them out. They dab or color the way they made 5.

Build a Base Ten Math Game with Pool Noodles - Such a neat way for kids to learn numbers to 100!!!!

Build a Base Ten Math Game with Pool Noodles - Such a neat way for kids to learn numbers to 100!!!!

Students will enjoy this playing with game, while improving their number sense. To prepare the game, cut out the cactus cards and then along the dotted lines. Lay the cards out. Students look for different number representations and match them up to make a cactus.

Students will enjoy this playing with game, while improving their number sense. To prepare the game, cut out the cactus cards and then along the dotted lines. Lay the cards out. Students look for different number representations and match them up to make a cactus.

Phonemic Awareness is hearing the smallest speech sounds in each word. It provides a strong foundation for early reading success. Students with a strong phonemic awareness are much more likely to be successful readers. This game allows students to work on listening to the number of sounds in a word, in a fun way and use their fine motor skills at the same time.

Phonemic Awareness is hearing the smallest speech sounds in each word. It provides a strong foundation for early reading success. Students with a strong phonemic awareness are much more likely to be successful readers. This game allows students to work on listening to the number of sounds in a word, in a fun way and use their fine motor skills at the same time.

This activity is a great addition to your literacy groups. Students choose a card and look at the picture on the leaf. They say the word, sound it out and write the word onto the caterpillar. One sound goes into each part of the caterpillar, helping students realise if they have missed a sound.

This activity is a great addition to your literacy groups. Students choose a card and look at the picture on the leaf. They say the word, sound it out and write the word onto the caterpillar. One sound goes into each part of the caterpillar, helping students realise if they have missed a sound.