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# Explore Numbers 11, Numbers Check and more!

These are so cute and so hard to resist!! Your students will love putting together these fun Halloween puzzles as they practice their number sense! These would be great to put in a math center. I have differentiated them for your student’s learning level. They start from 0-5, 1-10, 11-20, and counting by 10’s to …

from Education.com

### Play the Fish for Numbers Game!

Play the fish for numbers game. What you need: Paper cut into a fish shape, hole punch, and paper clip. Attach a string with a magnet at the end to a dowel. Tell you child, "I'm hungry for a number 4 fish!" Vary the game by using letters or site words

from I Can Teach My Child!

### Animal Cracker Counting and One-to-One Correspondence Practice

Throw in a little learning with your snack!

When noticing the Angel Number 1111 appearing, take notice of the thoughts you had right at that moment, as 1111 indicates that your thoughts and beliefs are aligned with your truths. For example, if you held an inspired idea at the time of seeing 1111, it would indicate that it would be a positive and productive idea to take action on.

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### 11 Creative Ways To Make Learning Fun For Your Kids

Kindergarten Is Crazy (Fun): Sight Word Literacy Center Activities I've seen this idea before, but it's a great idea to keep it in a pencil box, so that it's contained and reusable!

from BuzzFeed

### 12 Quirky Places To Visit On A Roadtrip

Tired of doing the same old things in your city? There’s so much out there to explore on the open road. Check out these "12 Quirky Places To Visit On A Roadtrip" on BuzzFeed!

if you didn't grow up in Pittsburgh.. this quick reference guide might help you out when you are visiting or need to explain to yinzes friends what we are talkin' about n'at.. especially if they are being jagoff nebbies!

Kids will love this Apple Fingerprint Math Activity that is perfect for building fine motor development and math skills this Fall. via @lifeovercs