Counting Spanish numbers can be easy when a fun game of collecting counting coins can be used. Children love to play games.
In this fun game of counting, children will collect different sets of coins to help the leprechaun fill his pot of gold. Once the leprechaun has all the four sets of coins, children can earn rewards or stickers.
The best part of the counting Spanish numbers game is children play while learning counting, Spanish terms, and sets of multiples. Why is this important?
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As technology evolves to be in our everyday lives, it is also part of the lives of many children. In fact, many children now have more computers in the classroom than decades before. Young elementary school students embrace each day with math drills or language quizzes when they participate in computer labs.
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They’re beautiful to look at and kids love to play with them. What’s more to love is the way the color interweave in a majestic color design. What am I referring to? I’m referring to a kaleidoscope. These amazing tools of light and color are great for kids to explore light reflection by just simply turning a color wheel.
Kaleidoscope (caleidoscopio) derives from the Greek kalos, which means beautiful, eidos, which means form, and scopeo, which means to observe. In other words, kaleidoscope is a cylindrical tube that contains a series of mirrors. The tube has one end piece (opening) to allow visible light in and a small eyepiece for viewing.
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