|"Let's Fly A Kite" by Stuart J. Murphy|
Yesterday, when we were working on equal parts, I had the children dividing shapes with Play Doh, but I thought for more independent practice they could use this simple but effective Play Doh mat. I laminated four of these and put them in my Art Center.
Symmetry Play Doh Mat
During small group today, my pre-k students practiced fine motor skills and learned part-part-whole with this worksheet. They did a fabulous job with it in class:
Jeannie, thank you for your sweet comment on my previous fractions/symmetry post. Here is another symmetry paper that I hope you'll like too:
Symmetry Gingerbread Girl
Finally, here's one more book that you might like to use in kindergarten or in pre-k if you're working on fractions: Eating Fractions by Bruce McMillan. Let me know what you think.
|"Eating Fractions" by Bruce McMillan|