Sorting and Patterning Pocket Chart
Great pocket chart and manipulatives!
In Kindergarten, one of the first math concepts we teach is patterning and sorting. With this hands-on activity, children engage in their own learning. They like the vibrant pictures and being able to manipulate them themselves. The pieces are sturdy, which is necessary when working with young children with special needs. However, the set arrived with all of the cardboard pieces sticking to each other (as if from being stored in a hot environment), some tore a little, and two of the punch-out items stuck so badly that they tore apart upon separation. That section had an impression in it from some magnetic hooks that were part of the order in the same box.
September 14, 2011
A great hands on activity.
What a great product you have provided for children to participate in a lesson. Sorting and patterns are necessary learning in the early years of childhood. This activity allows children to get involved and take an interest because the pictures are colorful and the idea is fun learning.
August 24, 2010