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Color Matching and Color Sorting Work Tasks

Last month, I shared our fine motor put-in tasks on the blog with loads of examples. Today I want to share some of the color matching and color sorting tasks we have rotating in class right now. Once my students master basic put-in tasks, I start teaching color sorting/matching. I typically narrow the task down…

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Turkey Classroom Door

The one thing I hate about changing months is pulling down all of our artwork and writing from the previous month. I can’t get new work up in the hallway fast enough!  To give us some time to fill up our wall of art, we did this fun little art activity for our door. I…

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Simple Stand-up Turkey Craft

Turkey day is among us, and this is such a fun craft to do with your students or even your kiddos at home. I love that it stands up on it’s own – it could serve as the perfect table topper on Thanksgiving Here’s what you need: -paper rolls -tissue paper squares -googly eyes -red…

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November Sensory Bin – Fall Farm Fun!

  Can you believe it’s November already?!   I switched out all of our Halloween goodies for all things FALL today and I wanted to share our new fall sensory bin. After going to the pumpkin patch and seeing how obsessed my students were with the giant corn pit, I knew I had to find…

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