It was during free choice time so there were other activities going on at the same time. Here is someones wonderful picture they were working on.
"it looks like a chip and dips bowl but you are mistaken"…that just put me in a complete fit of giggles!
I love finding odd things to encourage sorting too. I'll use just about anything that has sections, like those divided boxes classroom packs of crayons, markers for chalk come in. I'm going to be on the lookout for a chip n dip . . . I mean sorting basket like this one.
Love the picture! He seems to be doing a lot better this week. The mornings are still a bit tough, but I think he will get back in routine. Randy told gma he noticed a real difference already. I am loving it!
I have seen a lot of those sorting trays somewhere… ona shelf… all togther… hmmm. Perhaps it will come to me.
I love how you assessed the kids… hands on experiences are soooo much better. They really do retain so much more 🙂 I, too, LOVE the thrift shops, consignment shops! They have the best assortment of trays and cha-keys at the best prices!! Great Unit you did on Transportation!!
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