Morning Work Tubs - Halloween Fine Motor Bins for ELA and Math - October - Kindergarten | Differentiated Kindergarten
Morning Work Tubs - Morning Work Bins! Students love how engaging they are and you'll love all the amazing practice it provides. Halloween fine motor bin activities will save your sanity and engage your students. Your students won't even realize they are learning with these morning work tubs.
⭐⭐If you'd like to see a detailed account of how I implement Morning Work Tubs, what is included in each set, and the materials used, check out my Morning Work Stations page for all the details HERE.
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Why Morning Work:
Morning Work Stations accomplish two very important things in my classroom. They keep my students engaged in a meaningful activity while I take attendance, talk with parents and greet students as they wander in from breakfast, a late bus, or a late start to their morning. Additionally, Morning Work Tubs give me an opportunity to work on those important fine motor and sensory activities that are disappearing from our students' curriculum due to lack of time in our day. I can't say enough good things about them.
This packet is actually the second in a series. In my Back To School Morning Work set, I give you everything you need to organize, set up and label your morning work along with activities to get you started and lay the groundwork for future sets like this one.
Included in this set:
This set includes 32 activities for the month of October, including 'I Can' cards for each one. These 'I Can' sheets also indicate the standard or skill that the activity addresses. You can choose the activities that fit your classroom best to use in your stations.
- Trace And Cut The Lines Sheets
- Tracing Cards
- Cutting Straws And Making Patterned Necklaces
- Measuring With Links
- Using Links To Link Letters In Your Name (Or Words)
- Use Links To Link Numbers In Order
- Use Links To Link Together Letters In Order
- Use Hole Punches To Represent A Number (1-20)
- Use Dough To Make Pumpkin Or Monster Faces.
- Use Dough To Make Numbers On Ten Frames.
- Use Push Pin To Follow The Dotted Lines Of A Picture.
- Rescue The Aliens From Therapy Putty
- Find The Hidden Google Eyes And Sort Google Eyes By Color
- Find The Hidden Eyes, Sort, And Count
- Pumpkin Roll Game With Tongs
- Pumpkin Self-Correcting Ten Frames
- Catching Flies Counting Game
- Google Eye Grab and Spin Number Recognition
- Webmaster Game
- Poison Spiders Number Recognition
- Sticker Picture
- Gel Bead Sort
- Gel Bead Roll and Win
- Lego Masterpieces
- Letter Construction
- Sensory Bin Number Match
- Jack-O-Lantern Count And Record With Tweezers
- Ghost Containers Sort, Add, and Record
- Climbing Spiders Game
- Pumpkin Sounds/Letters Match-Up
- Self-Correcting Counting Cards (Spiders and Googly Eyes)co
- Spooky Spider Patterns
If you'd like to learn more about how I set up and organize these activities, I encourage you to check out my blog post: Getting Started With Morning Stations
Important Teacher Instructions:
Parts of this product may include editable activities. Here's what you need to know in order to make those parts of the packet work for you.
- It is very important that you have the latest version of Adobe Reader loaded on your computer. You must use Adobe Reader to open this file and make it editable.
- If you don't have Adobe Reader, it is a free download you can get just by Googling "Latest Version of Adobe Reader."
- Once you have Adobe Reader downloaded and installed, restart your computer.
- You should now be able to edit any of the blue-shaded areas of this packet and the font will be "primary friendly."
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