Monday, May 25
MAKING GEO BOARDS
creativity and imagination
Laid out the pins first so you have an idea of how you will want it to look at the end.
maze to be.
Preschoolers may need larger push pins and less numbers.
School agers will probably prefer a challenge!
Use smaller push pins, smaller elastics and more numbers for the maze.
You don't have to use numbers either - you can use anything that follows a pattern or better yet, have the children create their own pattern, i.e.
addition answers 0+1=, 1+1=, and let the children go!
Posted by 100 Days of Child Care Programming
WHO IS TRICIA?
A retired on-floor ECE teacher turned college professor from Ottawa, Canada.
She maintains her first love, the education of children through teaching ECE students and social media blog: 100 DAYS OF CHILD CARE PROGRAMMING - a collection of creative art and programming ideas for the everyday teacher.