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Tot Shelves

This is J-jo’s corner. 
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Top Shelves: Math (counting and one to one correspondence)

Peg train

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Homemade counting toy (colored pencils in Styrofoam block and beads from bead lacing)
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Middle Shelf: Practical Life/Sensorial

Pouring green buttons
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Guidecraft feel and find
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Bottom Shelf: Sensorial

Guidecraft Shape Sorter
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Plan Toy shape sorter
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On the Table:

Toothpicks in parmesan container from last week
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Parking Lot Counting – from Happy Brown House. I plan on using ours without a dice this week; it will be more for one to one correspondence and counting as opposed to number matching. 
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/c/ Sound basket.  We’ve been saying Spell Outloud’s cat rhyme at circle time (as well as her astronaut one).
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Had to leave this out for another week too.  Like the toothpicks, it was a big hit.  I have set it up so that the circles are on the floor and the slots are on the chair so that he has to squat to pick up the circles.  This increases physical activity and works his gross motor skills.
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linked to 1+1+1=1 and Barefoot in Suburbia‘s Toddler Tuesday.