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Lótuszvirág terméséből karácsonyi díszek

Lótuszvirág terméséből karácsonyi díszek

DECORATED CHRISTMAS BALLS !!! SUPER CHIC'S !!!!!!!!!!

DECORATED CHRISTMAS BALLS !!! SUPER CHIC'S !!!!!!!!!!

DECORATED CHRISTMAS BALLS !!! SUPER CHIC'S !!!!!!!!!!

DECORATED CHRISTMAS BALLS !!! SUPER CHIC'S !!!!!!!!!!

Egy kis papír és egy befőttesüveg: ilyen csodaszép árnyjáték lesz belőle | femina.hu

Egy kis papír és egy befőttesüveg: ilyen csodaszép árnyjáték lesz belőle | femina.hu

21 Unique and Inspiring Christmas Tree Designs

21 Unique and Inspiring Christmas Tree Designs

Lego Math Activities    Legos are great for developing spatial reasoning skills, great for building grand castles, boats, even Rapunzel’s hair (yes, my daughter has demonstrated multiple times, you can make “hair” out of legos).  Legos are also great items to use for developing addition and subtraction skills.  Here are some of the ways we used our legos this past Friday in our math hour.

Lego Math Activities Legos are great for developing spatial reasoning skills, great for building grand castles, boats, even Rapunzel’s hair (yes, my daughter has demonstrated multiple times, you can make “hair” out of legos). Legos are also great items to use for developing addition and subtraction skills. Here are some of the ways we used our legos this past Friday in our math hour.

This allows the students to visually see the math problem and figure it out. Students who are visual learners, this activity will help them better understand math concepts such as addition, subtraction, and the greater than or less than pictured here.

This allows the students to visually see the math problem and figure it out. Students who are visual learners, this activity will help them better understand math concepts such as addition, subtraction, and the greater than or less than pictured here.

Here's a simple idea for using LEGO blocks to count. Students move around the board adding or subtracting blocks from their tower. At the end of the game, players count how many they have and the player with the most wins! (They can also compare towers by length.)

Here's a simple idea for using LEGO blocks to count. Students move around the board adding or subtracting blocks from their tower. At the end of the game, players count how many they have and the player with the most wins! (They can also compare towers by length.)

32 Of The Best DIY Backyard Games You Will Ever Play

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Using LEGOs to teach Math! Love this use of manipulatives! Plus, the kids will think they are playing a game.

Using LEGOs to teach Math! Love this use of manipulatives! Plus, the kids will think they are playing a game.