Here’s that question again. . .what’s in your sensory table? I assume that many of you have eggs of some kind or other in you table in anticipation of Easter. But I’m always curious what you’re doing with those lovely pastel plastic play things.
Makes you want to jump right in and play doesn’t it?
I have students putting the onset and rime together to make really and nonsense words. Of course there’s a cute little sheet that I offer them to record their findings.
They quickly discover that the two ends do not necessarily have to be the same color to make a real word. In anycase, it’s engaging and makes learning fun.
Because I am off for Spring Vacation next week, our school misses that entire pre-Easter week of activities and hoopla. So I’m cramming all those fun Easter centers and activities in this week. Yikes!
My students are LOVING anything that has to do with writing the room. That’s the good news! Bad news . . . I’m about 3 clipboards short of having enough and I know what I’ll be making over spring break.