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My kids love working with bingo markers! I know your preschool or kindergarten students will love working with these fun and educational apple themed number dab it no prep printables. Your children will enjoy working on number 0-25 recognition in the math center during your back to school unit or apple unit!

Apple Numbers 0-25 Dab It

My kids love working with bingo markers! I know your preschool or kindergarten students will love working with these fun and educational apple themed number dab it no prep printables. Your children will enjoy working on number recognition in the math

I love these simple and free Skittles Pattern Cards! This is a great way for kids to work on recognizing patterns!

Creating Patterns With Skittles {FREE Printable!}

Fácil de hacer, muy ecónomico, muy ecológico (porque podemos usar materiales recilcados) y muy apropiado para el aprendizaje de colores, asi como para desarrollar la destreza de clasificar y asociar. Sort popsicle sticks by color (sorter made from toilet paper rolls & construction paper).  ~colors recognition, sorting~

minus the toilet paper rolls! --Color Sorting using toilet paper rolls and popsicle sticks. This website has a TON great preschool learning activities. I would change it a little for Kinder sight words

Get preschoolers excited about counting with this fun button counting grid game set that goes perfectly with Pete the Cat! Practicing counting skills is so much fun when you make it a game!

Grab Pete the Cat and these fun counting games!

Get preschoolers excited about counting with this fun button counting grid game set that goes perfectly with Pete the Cat! Practicing counting skills is so much fun when you make it a game!

Buttons Come and Buttons Go

Buttons Come and Buttons Go

Children make their own Pete the Cat and create their own subtraction problems. This later becomes a bulletin board display inspired by the book Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons.

Peinture et mathématiques... !

What a fun game! Make two dice: one with numbers, and one with colors. Roll the dice, then use dot stamps to make that number of dots in that color on your paper. :} Then, I'd add counting the number of each color of dots to the end of the game.

Chalk Talk: Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons Story Retelling Activity

Pete the Cat - change number line to steady beat lines - students clap rhythm of button colors (could also change to shoes)

Kitchen Floor Crafts: Buttons Come and Buttons Go (A Pete the Cat Game)

We were excited when we discovered that this month's Virtual Book Club for Kids author was Eric Litwin as it meant focusing on his Pete the.

Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons Activities

Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons Activities

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