|89 cents a bag!|
|This was app. $1.00. It could have been less, I was getting tunnel vision thinking of all the possibilities at this point!|
(I can't find my receipt now to say for certain...)
|I scanned the snowflakes that I wanted to use.|
|I taped the pictures of the coordinating snowflakes |
in the craft divider along with the scripts.
|The Snowflake Sort labels.|
|Using clipart, I made a cover. I will duplicate this process with three other craft dividers using the different snowflakes that came in the package. I want at least four Sorting Sets so that each child in a group can have their own.|
|I will cut these into half sheets and have them at the Sorting Center .|
|As another sorting activity, I will have the children graph the number of snowflakes in their container. I will use index card file boxes for the snowflakes in this activity.|
|Another Sort and Classify game using snowflakes in a |
file box along with this sheet and the sorting page below.
|You should be able to click onto any of these worksheets to print.|
|I also found these mitten shapes for 89 cents a bag! |
These are the mittens that will be used to measure
objects around the room.
|I will use this as a follow up activity to our Mitten Match.|
|A one-to-one correspondence practice page to use |
with a file box of snowflakes.
|Addition number sentences making groups of five.|