ABC and 123: A Learning Collaborative: Show and Tell #41

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Show and Tell #41

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Brain in Trainin linked up with a tutorial for making a set of sensory alphabet cards. Sensory activities are thought to increase learning while involving students tactilely.

{appropriate for preschool through about 2nd grade, for those who still need practice with letter formation}

Structured Play sewed a set of shape matching cards for her toddler. Teaching shapes is very appropriate for preparing your child for preschool.
{appropriate for pre-school aged children}
Red Ted explains how to make ice ornaments, similar to the Ice Lockets shared by Roots of Simplicity. Both activities are appropriate for appreciating nature and introducing children to the properties of water.

{appropriate for all ages}
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  1. Oh, thank you so much for the feature of our Ice Ornaments. We love them and our grown up neighbours also commented..



  2. Those ice ornaments are lovely, and I love the tactile letters!

  3. Thanks Ladies for the shout-out!

  4. I love finding other toddler blog and all their neat activities and ideas. Thanks for hosting this wonderful blog hop!