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Hi Everyone

How are you all doing on today? Blessed and well I’m believing. I can only continue to praise and thank God for His Grace and Mercy towards me allowing me to see another day.

I’m grateful for creative ideas that The Good Lord continues to give me. Here are some pics of my latest project which I’m going to introduce to the children I work with. 

These are Salmon Tin  Cans which were cleaned, decorated with stickers, and wrapped with clear packaging tape. I then made some Homemade Flashcards of shapes, numbers, and letters with magnet added on the back. This will be used several ways for example as Table Top Activity for the children to be encouraged recognizing numbers , shapes, letters, as well as colors. The Flashcards can also be put into a Feely Box and they can pick out a card and be ask what do you have? This is also great for Morning Meeting as well . 

Here is The Feely Box :

The Feely Box  is made from a Store Brand Pasta Box. I cut out a much bigger hole for the children to move their hand freely . 

Until my next post, Be Blessed because you’re

Mtetar 

4 responses »

  1. A very good use for what you have…the added benefits of whom ever gets to have the Salmon…Brain Food…plus the utilization of the can for another purpose to teach and it’s magnetized to boot…That’s using your “Noodle”…Great!`

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  2. I like the Feely box. I am sure the children will as well. Continue to allow the spirit to move through you to educate the children.

    Be encouraged. Be inspired. Be who you were created to be.

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