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September 2019

Here are some of the things we have been up to this month!

1. ALPHABET STAMPING


I wanted a recording sheet for the kids to practice using alphabet stamps with so I quickly made these up and they were a big hit with our class! I was asked by many people to share the recording sheet so you can download it for free by clicking here or on the image below:


Some people also asked about the stamps and the stamp pad so here are the links for those:

Uppercase alphabet stamps: https://amzn.to/2O0a5O7
Lowercase alphabet stamps: https://amzn.to/2NemGO2
Washable jumbo stamp pad: https://amzn.to/2O0o8Db


2. LINKING CHAIN NUMBERS


Here is a simple math centre I put out for the students to explore linking chains! This centre invites students to read the number and link that many chains under it.  It is a great centre for developing number identification, one to one correspondence and fine motor!

If you would like to grab these (and a number 8-14 strip) you can click here or click on the image below to download them for free!


3. FIND ALL THE LETTERS!


I've made and posted a similar sensory bin to this before, but I updated the recording sheet so I thought I'd post again.  Students are invited to pick up a letter, find it on the recording sheet and dab it with a bingo daubber.  The repeat until they find all 26 letters! The kids loved this one!

The base is black beans and I added wooden letters (Dollarama), magnifying glasses, pencils, an eraser, some bingo daubbers and a recording sheet.

You can grab the recording sheet by clicking here or on the image below:


4. CAN YOU MAKE A LETTER WITH PLAY DOUGH?


Here is a simple literacy based play dough provocation we set out this week! Our kids LOVE play dough this year so they loved this one too! 

That's it for now! I will add to this post until the end of the month!

- Yukari