Sunday, March 12, 2017

Shamrocks, Rainbows, and Lucky Pennies

Can you tell it's nearly St. Patrick's Day?  The children have enjoyed exploring some festive lessons during the past couple of weeks.  It is always remarkable to observe their growing proficiency as they navigate new lessons and practice skills.  It has been especially gratifying having long, uninterrupted periods of work time in the mornings.  The children have been able to achieve new levels of concentration while achieving mastery in lessons, enabling the presentation of many new lessons.

Using tongs to transfer decorative green stones.

Pouring into four cups.

Sliding the coins into the 'pot of gold' for strengthening visual accuracy and  left to right movement.  

St. Patrick's Day patterning fun.

Colors of the rainbow with color matching.

Using chopsticks to sort and transfer.

Three Cylinder Blocks for an extra challenge.

Using a garlic press to squeeze water from sponges.

Shamrocks and lucky pennies!

Extension work with the Teen Beads.

Using a Practical Life lesson to write words with the Moveable Alphabet.

Recording words in cursive and print.

Counting the Decimal System with golden beads.

Making a booklet of leaf shapes using the Botany Cabinet.

Static Addition with golden beads.

Rainbow Do-A-Dots.

Making an Irish flag with collage materials.

Color Tablet Box 2 extension work.

Learning about odd and even numbers with the Cards and Counters.

Using the Red Rods for refining visual discrimination of length.

Abstract art with yellow and blue.

Pin pushing collage with positive and negative space.

Counting by tens with the Tens Boards and Beads.

Static Addition with the Stamp Game.

Linear counting and pattern recognition with the Hundred Board.

Matching circles to their filled in counterparts.

Practice opening and closing zip loc bags - This lesson stemmed from several friends need help with this at lunch time!

Completing a Rainbow Shamrock with glue.

Teen Numbers writing practice.

Careful cross stitching!

Writing words with picture prompts.

Laying out the Large Number Cards after lots of work with the Golden Beads.

Color matching and fine motor practice with clips.

Retrieving quantities.  

Writing practice with Sandpaper Numbers.

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