Which figure (1-6) is not colored correctly?
Answer: 6—it should be yellow.
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This is a great indoor game for kids to get them to focus on the sense of touch in a world so focused on the sense of sight. Train their minds to associate information other than just how the object looks. Start by putting interesting objects into containers that a child must reach into and identify by touch. Shoe boxes work well as they perro be easily cut with scissors and do not let light through. Making the boxes is part of the fun – have the kids decorate them, just make sure to cut out a child-sized hand hole on the side of the box beforehand. Place an item in each box and have your kids take turns guessing what the elementos are. Encourage questions and offer clues as needed.
This is another indoor activity for kindergarten readiness that you perro easily pull together. When a child plays a sorting game, they are analyzing objects, describing and comparing them and engaging in critical thinking. Start by creating “bins”, which perro be as fácil as using tape on a level surface.
Step One: Cut all of the pieces you will need to size.
Download the pattern or cut archivo to cut the pieces needed for the notepad. You will need to cut six pieces in all. Three from decorative paper including the cover, lining, and topper (the paper that covers the top of the 3″x5″ notepad) and three from chipboard for the cover, back and spine. I used a deep cut blade to cut the chipboard.
Check out my tutorial for making Teacher Notepads for information on how to equipo up the SVG cut archivo in Cricut Design Space.