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Here is more from the Foodies Unite

Here is something new from the "Foodies United" team.... the TEPDL team has an official food alter. CALT and CTE share a common file drawer top for food - we may start calling it a food alter, too.

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To blog or to Google Community? That is the question. As a Program Support Teacher for Early Childhood in CESA 9, I am attempting to learn both and to use them to support early childhood educators. Any opinions on the benefits of either are appreciated. If you would like to check out my attempt at a blog and are interested in seeing what is out there on the use of technology with young children please go to

State Superintendent Tony Evers has scheduled listening sessions to inform implementation of the new federal education law, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), and has invited stakeholders from across the public and private education spectrum to help ensure that all students have equitable access to a high-quality education.
Additional information is available on the Department of Public Instruction newsroom website (Text at
Please direct comments or questions about this news item to Tom McCarthy, (608) 266-3559, or staff members monitor calls and messages every business day.)

Hi folks,  We hope to bring new energy to this list serve soon.
Jill Haglund

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Introduction to counting frames: Toddler/ Preschooler Math Activity (Number Sense)


After finger counting, tally marks & ordinal numbers, I thought of introducing Moksh to Counting frames. Understanding the concept of counting frames and learning to count with them in order to develop number sense is the aim of this activity.

I created, printed, laminated, cut the counting frames cards upto ten and used numeral cards from our finger counting activity to present to Moksh. All Moksh did was to match the numeral cards with its corresponding counting frame card.

Simple & easy yet so effective!

If you like this activity, pls share, subscribe:)

Thanks & have a great day!!

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Everyday, we like having Math activities for our learning at home. Today's activity helps learn ordinal numbers. Initially I wanted this activity to be just like Montessori Inspired Cards and Counters activity. I added smaller button manipulative that can be good for pencil grip & fine motor development. To make it a bit more challenging, I printed out instruction card to go with this activity.

It had instructions like...
One orange button is first.
2 Yellow buttons are second.
3 pink buttons are third.
And So on...

This worked well! It involved reading practice, following instructions and a very effective ordinal numbers learning and understanding its meaning!

We loved it:)) If you like it, pls share!

Thanks n have a great day!!

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