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Number Lines, Thanksgiving Crafts, and Scarecrow Letters – Preschool and Kindergarten Community

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Encouragement and learning ideas are two of my passions and I LOVE that you all are sharing both during the Preschool and Kindergarten Community linkup times each week. While being inspired is important for teaching, encouragement is needed so very much for each of us. Be sure to look through the links today too – stop by, read a few links, and encourage each other with comments! Have a great week!

Number Line Activity


Learning place value? Here’s a great gross motor version from Hands on As We Grow that will get your kids hopping and brains working on their number line and place values.


Noodle Box Counting

Noodle Box Counting activity

Using leftover carryout boxes, An Idea on a Tuesday pulled together this fun fine motor and math activity for Noodle Box Counting  – doesn’t it look like noodles? Love it!


Preschool Adventure Boxes

Did you see that Little Passports now has a PRESCHOOL Adventure Box? The new monthly packets are geared specifically toward 3-5 year olds. Our kids have loved their global adventures, and if they are anything like those, these will be fabulous! 


50+ Thanksgiving Craft Ideas

50 Thanksgiving Crafts

Here are 50+ Thanksgiving craft ideas that you can work on this week – and decorate your table with when company comes. Some cute ideas in this roundup from Best Toys For Toddlers.


Scarecrow Letter Patches


The scarecrow letter patch game from Growing Book by Book is a fun (and recycling) way to work on letter recognition with your kids.


Thanksgiving Even/Odd Number Sort

Thanksgiving Number Sort


Use the Thanksgiving Number Sort cards to have your child work on sequencing numbers from 1 to 20 or have your child sort the numbers by odd or even. If 20 numbers is too many, choose a handful of numbers and record them on the included mat {great handwriting practice as well}.


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Each week I am  pinning many of your links onto the Preschool and Kindergarten Community Pinterest Board. I’m a visual person, so having pictures to help me remember posts is super helpful. Be sure to jump over and follow the board – and find some fun ideas at the same time!


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  1. Jodie Rodriguez says

    Thanks so much for the feature this week!

  2. Thank you so much for featuring my Noodle Box Counting activity. See you next week!

  3. I can’t find where to link up.

  4. A Book Long Enough . says

    Glad to have found you! Following your board. Thanks for hosting!

  5. besttoddlertoys says

    Thank you for a feature! :)

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