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The sponge glue! Pour glue into a container and cut a sponge to fit into it. Kids can dab their pieces of paper on the sponge and glue away. No more globby glue puddles!!

THE GLUE SPONGE: cut a sponge to fit in a container, pour glue in it, and the kids can press their little cut-up pieces of paper on it like a big glue stick

Teaching place value can be a tricky concept. This fun base-ten game engages students and uses manipulatives to support their math learning.

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Teaching place value can be a tricky concept. This fun base-ten game engages students and uses manipulatives to support their math learning. This could be done in first grade with the "boards" drawn first and very specific.

Turn cardboard boxes into giant DIY dice for this super-fun math game!  Good to make at the beginning or very end of the year with the boxes our supplies come in so they are all the same size

Teach Math With a Supersized Dice Game

Math - dice - Turn cardboard boxes into giant DIY dice for this super-fun math game! Good to make at the beginning or very end of the year with the boxes our supplies come in so they are all the same size

Boy Mama Teacher Mama 8 Fun Ways to Teach Number Bonds

Teacher Mama: 8 Fun Ways to Teach Number Bonds {After School Linky}

Sensory Starter Kit for under $20 from the Dollar Tree by Fun at Home with Kids.  This post has some really great finds for setting up your own sensory center or room.  With all the budget cuts in public schools, here is one way to get our special ed kids what they need without breaking the bank.  Read more and fill your very own sensory room at:

Sensory Starter Kit for under $20 from the Dollar Tree

South Regional Library offers a monthly Sensory Storytime for children with sensory processing disorder. Our storytimes are full of tactile activities to engage the senses, but you can make your own sensory kit at home as well!

This math craft is perfect for using with students in pre-K, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade who are working on making ten. It aligns with Common Core Standard CCSS.Math.Content.1.OA.C.6 and will fit into your math curriculum activities for teaching students to make a ten. It's fun, engaging, and simple to do!

Math Crafts for Kindergarten and First Grade Students

This math craft is perfect for using with students in pre-K, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade who are working on making ten. It aligns with Common Core Standard a(August Fitness Challenge)

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