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Awwhhh.. Can you believe it?!
Amazon Prime Day is upon us again, and I have my gift cards and credit card in hand to grab all the things that I know for sure I will need this coming year!
Below are products that I have used and completely recommend for other teachers who are looking to stock up their classroom with teaching and learning materials that I wholeheartedly love and trust!
Scroll down to see what they are and how I have used them!
1. Play Money- There is no other better way to teach young students how to identify coins, the values of coins, and adding coins together than having coins in their hands. Children need to see them, touch them, and become familiar with them to be able to learn about money. These coins are perfect for just that!
2. Counters– I love these counters with a passion! I really do! They have been a lifesaver and a must-have in my classroom! From learning to count, add, subtract, multiply, divide, playing bingo, playing math games, etc., they have been so versatile and easy to use. I love that they are two-colored, especially when we are using them to play games.
3. Magnetic Counters and Numbers -Need some magnetic counters and numbers for your easel or whiteboard? Look no further! This complete set has it all! This set makes modeling easy and provides great visuals for students to follow along!
1. Codepillar– Are you dabbing into coding with your students or are you thinking about it? This super fun and easy learning tool is great for little learners! I love it so much, my own kids have one themselves! Each section of the Codepillar dictates a direction for the Codepillar to go. Students can decide which direction their Codepillar will go by simply adding them together and pressing GO! This tool is great for learning about directions and maps!
2. Bloxels– My students used this last year to create a video game of the animal that they researched on and LOVED it! Combined with coding and imagination, students will quickly take off as they see their own video game come to life!
3. Building Tools– These are some of the best building tools that my students have used. They are easy to put together and easy to clean up afterwards! No matter what the task is, these easy-to-use building tools are perfect for the primary classroom! Hands-on, versatile, and great at encouraging young learners to use their imagination!
I am a note-sending, anchor-chart loving, inclusive, bright-color obsessed kind of teacher. Therefore, it is no secret that I love all these things to help me build a bright, inclusive, and happy classroom! Here are some examples of how I have used these items in my classroom and my must-haves!
What else is on your list of Amazon must-haves?