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Structured alphabet sensory table task ... magnetic letters hidden in coloured rice with scoops & shovels. Matching letters are stuck onto baking trays (attached to the wall with velcro). Hunt for the letters & stick them onto the corresponding letters.

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Magnetic number Fishing. They can add, subtract, multiply, put in a number line the numbers they choose.

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Morning attendance option. Also have columns on "I'm Here" trays for hot lunch or cold lunch

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I have to admit it– I’ve been obsessed with painted cookie sheets for awhile…

Clutter-Free Classroom: WHOLE CLASS BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT {Teacher Tip #26} I LOVE this-drawn on whiteboard, uses magnets. Much more visible than a jar that sits somewhere not easily seen. "marbles" can go in or be taken out of the 'Jar' this way.

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Sew Fantastic: Rainy Day Fun Printable sheets to laminate, stick magnets onto pompons and place on a cookie sheet. Great activity for practicing sorting and counting! I'm thinking of lots of other ways to use this for my boy who's a little past the numbers-and-colors stage...pompon checkers, perhaps? Or addition/subtraction practice?

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Cookie Sheet Bundle for Sight Words, Blends/Digraphs and Word Families! (Make, Take & Teach)

Cookie Sheet Bundle for Sight Words, Blends/Digraphs and Word Families! | Make, Take & Teach | Bloglovin’

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Cookie Sheet Bundle for Sight Words, Blends/Digraphs and Word Families! (Make, Take & Teach)

Cookie Sheet Bundle for Sight Words, Blends/Digraphs and Word Families!