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  • Jessica Frost

Notice the little ledge that Nicky insisted these foam beads teeter on. How many times do you think this fell and went everywhere🤪, only to be sorted again and again?!? Having kids sort objects develops their classification skills. Egg cartons, muffin tins, hula hoops and string are all great organizers to have on hand when sorting. Here we sorted the beads by colour (we could have also separated them by shape) before making his necklace. Once your child can identify objects as the same or different, they are ready to start learning how to sort objects by different attributes.🔸🔺🔹◾️

  • Jessica Frost

Adding print to your play spaces supports a literacy rich learning environment! Sneak in those letters and/or words and talk about their names and the sounds they make. This wooden alphabet was a Dollarama score! 🛒🙌

  • Jessica Frost

Snap cubes, label stickers and a Sharpie are all you need to make this simple name building activity! Awesome for preschoolers learning to recognize and spell their name. I’ve attached the amazon link, for the snap cubes, in my Instagram profile. Snap cubes are also a great manipulative to have when teaching math or building structures.👍💙

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