With the new month comes new Morning Exploring tubs. The creepy crawlies are out and these students had no problem using the thematic manipulatives!
Students dig in sensory putty for googly eyes. They then sort them by color.
Students match numbers to coordinating tens frames and then clip them together.
Using stickers, students outline the shape of a pumpkin. They count to see how many stickers they used.
Students choose a number card and use pumpkin buttons and a ten frame to build the number.
Color patterns are extended. Students use tweezers to put the colored pom-poms in order.
Students roll one or two dice and move that many flies onto the spider web using tongs.
Using a push pin, students create a stained glass window effect.
Students use a hole punch to punch out teen numbers.
The last activity has students counting and recording the number of pumpkins in each container.
These activities keep the students busy practicing so many different skills! We love Morning Exploring!