Thursday, October 25, 2012

Teacher Made Materials and Games!

I just can't stop being inspired by all of the amazing materials and games that you all create!!  If you have something that you'd like to spotlight in the BLOG, please tell me on my next visit!!  I love to see what you are up to so we can share with one another!

Clothespin Name Game
(Preschool teacher Ohdra in Porter Square)
The names are lined up...

And they need to find the corresponding clothespin to make a match!

I love putting the materials on makes it so easy for the children to know what to do!

Excellent fine motor and literacy game!

Memory Game
(Preschool teacher Karina in the South End)
The kids play memory to try to find the matching apples.

I love the way the apples stand out on the black paper!

Color Sticks
( Preschool Teacher Lidiani in the South End)

Reusable Coloring Mats
(Toddler Teachers Maria and Carmenza in Needham)
Laminated leaves for the children to draw with dry erase markers.  Easily wipes away.

These toddlers were practicing dots and circles!

Name Game
(Preschool Teacher Emily in Needham)
The children had to find the matching letter for their name in the bowl of letters!

Clothespin Number Match Game
(Preschool Teacher Emily in Needham)
Self explanatory clothespin game!!  Excellent fine motor activity!

Transportation Sorting Game
(Preschool Teacher Emily in Needham)
Took a box that holds 6 beverages and covered it up with colored paper and a mode of transportation.

They can sort it by color

Or by mode of transportation!

Homemade Felt Board
(Preschool Teacher Lidiani in South End)
Lidiani covered an old carpet square with felt to create this numbers matching game!

It was super easy to make and the kids love matching the pumpkins with the numbers!

Homemade Vowels
(Toddler teacher, Carmenza - Needham)
Carmenza loves to sew so she designed these letter "pillows" out of felt and stuff them with batting!  They love to review the sounds they make with the toddlers!

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