Thursday, September 19, 2019

Construction Sensory Bins

Do you use Sensory Bins in your classroom?  I love this set of Construction Themed Sensory Bins!  These activities are perfect for Preschool, Homeschool or Kindergarten and can be used for morning work, small group, or for Literacy and Math centers.  There are 3 Literacy and 3 Math centers included in my resource, which I will link here.  I will share a few of the activities included.  

Building Numbers 0-20
Just add your choice of manipulative and students can practice building the number.
Letter Trace:
Students can use dry erase markers to trace lowercase letters.  Students can also use beans, rocks or another manipulative to build the letters.
Letter Match:
Students practice matching the rock to the correct truck.  There are options included for students to match capital to capital, or lowercase to capital. 
 Sound Match:
Students match the pictures to the correct beginning sound.
To see more of what is included, you can find this packet in my store here.


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