I tried to teach E(1) the ins and outs of memory, but she's not quite ready for that :) However, she had fun matching the stickers.
To make the game, I gathered (from around my house) a bunch of shells that looked similar (O's grandmother brought them to her from the Bahamas), and I bought 2 packs of beach/sea life stickers. I put stickers on each shell to make about 10 matching pairs. Simple and fun!
that's a really good idea!ReplyDelete
I love this idea! I have an under the sea page http://itsybitsylearners.com/preschoolprintables-2/under-the-sea/ and with your permission would love to use a thumbnail size picture with a direct link to your site so my readers my find this!ReplyDelete
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What a cute idea. I put letter stickers on shells to spell words but this is easier for younger kids.ReplyDelete
too cute! bella ideaReplyDelete
Finally I know what to do with all those extra shells we have from trips to the beach. A nice end of summer activity.ReplyDelete
Vicky @ http://messforless.blogspot.com
Wonderful! Kai-awase, from Japan, matched shelf halves together. The insides were painted with nature scenes or images of everyday life. (International Crafts and Games by Cynthia Adams.)ReplyDelete
Hi I am currently working on some teaching Asia Studies teaching resouces and we would love to include one of your images would that be Ok with you . Ofcourse we would attribute the image to you and include a link back to your great blog!Could you email me and let me know if this is OKReplyDelete