My first full week of school is over and I am T.I.R.E.D! Here's a peek at some of the things we worked on….
After reading 'Too Much Glue' we practiced our gluing skills by squeezing a dot of glue on a construction paper glue bottle with dots on it for visual cues. Each little learner then placed an Ellison die cut out of a mini crayon on the dot of glue. They LOVED this activity. Using liquid glue makes my little ones so happy. It cracks me up. :)
For your own copy of the glue bottle we used click HERE. It has less dots for the younger ones and a few more for the older sweeties.
We also started our centers rotations. I am easing the little ones into centers by introducing one at a time. This week we played with blocks, cars/trains, and tools. Here is one of my sweet babies practicing his tool time skills. :)
We also sorted real items into things it's ok to bring to school in a backpack vs. things we should keep at home.
Here's a freebie I posted about this earlier in the week on the SPED Blog Hop. Just in case you missed it, here it is again. Pictures are also in black and white to save on color ink. Click HERE for your own copy
Placing items from smallest to largest and gluing them on a sentence strip helped us work on size sorting. For some of my learners we used five items. Younger sweeties used three items.
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