I saw this cute fine-motor idea on Pinterest and decided to incorporate it into my classroom as a center.
|You can add a number tag to the end of each piece of yarn.|
Students can use the other end of the yarn for weaving in
I added roving yarn (in rainbow colors) and taped the ends so they won't unravel.
|Tape the ends really well. |
Masking tape might work better.
The rack keeps one set of bars from moving, so the kids can really weave without all of the frustration that paper weaving causes.
|You can also use square cake racks.|
Another Pinterest Pin: The number line in a zipper baggie is so stinkin' cute!
|Students move the zipper along the number line!|
|Click the image to grab this freebie.|
I also loved these iPhones. I printed them, glued them to white card stock or black construction paper depending on whether they were white or black iPhones. I cut out little gray apples by using my Cricut machine on the smallest setting. After I cut the apples, I hand-cut the bite out of each one and glued them to the back. Then, I laminated them and gave the students dry erase pens and set them loose. :)
|It's a great way to introduce new sight words.|
|This student was copying sight word sentences.|
Then, they texted their words or sentences.
They LoVeD this activity!
|This student wrote his own sentence.|
|These racks came in red, white, and black @ Walmart.|
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See you tomorrow for more classroom ideas!