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Use your math tubs as inspiration for kits and trays

Learning to cut starts with ripping, then moves through snipping, fringe, straights lines and finally zig-zags and curves

Whether in person or separated by distance you can send messages to keep in touch and build connections

Creating shapes using objects from home or school promotes mathematical thinking and categorizations skills

Extend opportunities with Unifix cube by adding masking tape and see where it takes you

Loose parts exploration encourages exploration , risk taking, and creativity

Tearing paper is the precursor to cutting and supports fine motor development

Children’ names are often the first printed word they recognize and a great introduction to letter and sound recognition

Using a Big Idea such as birds encourages children to draw, write and tell stories