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Clean Up Game
Submitted by: Margo
Originally posted at the A to Z Teacher Stuff Discussion Forums

Try making clean up into a game for them (a lesson for you). See if the children can find something blue to put away (or any other designated color), or see if they can pick up three blocks, etc. It becomes more challenging for them and you are reinforcing color and number skills. If advanced enough, see if they can find something that begins with a /b/ sound to put away.



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