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https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=ndgKHe7uWO8
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Varsak Sakarya Ortaokulu Antalya/ Turkey Bring happiness to 2017 with pleasurable projects

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When children count, they basically learn numbers as a kind of "continuum" that goes on and on.  With simple counting your child might not catch on to the inherent structure of our number system, and how it is built with groups of tens, hundreds, thousands, and so on.
Use empty coffee capsules and plastic glasses . Place a pile of them on a table and show that it is easier to count them in groups of ten. First make groups of ten, then count the ten-groups and the individual beans separately. Say, "I have here five ten-groups, and four individual coffee capsules."
A counting game for place value In the game, each player adds one more counting object to the common pile on the table, and says the amount of total objects in a broken-down form. For example, eleven is said as "ten and one", twelve is said as "ten and two", twenty is "two tens", twenty-five is "two tens and five", and so on.
Whenever a whole ten is fulfilled, those ten coffee caps are bundled together into a bag.
Continue in a similar way. Take a different amount of coffee caps. Group them into groups of tens (and some left-overs). Count the ten-groups and the ones separately.
As you are doing that, you can introduce the words twenty, thirty, forty, etc.











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Image with circles

We played with wheels and came out with such paintings.



Put the shapes in the right place!

1.Make a table with the desired shapes (We choose: circle, triangle, square, rectangle).
2.Choose images of objects with the desired shapes you have chosen. You can laminate the table or/and the images in order to make them more resistant.


3. Cut the images and at the back of each of them put two-sided adhesive tape. Do the same at the table. You can also put a special two- sided sticker which is used for the clothes.
4.The aim is to put the images in the place of the table that corresponds to their shape.

Christmas tombola



Path of coding with the body

Imaginative coding





Playing and jumping with numbers



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A tribute to our Orthodox partners who celebrate Christmas on January 7 and New Year between the night of the 13th and the morning of January 14 according to the Julian calendar.




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Dear partners,
I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.



Coding and Mathematics





Mathematics is also ... Christmas decorations in numbers

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Ewa dear and dear ones partners,
I created a padlet of our presentation. Just double click and you can enter your presentations. For the moment we insert only,, personal presentations at a later stage also with an opening of another padlet we'll do that on the presentation of our schools and the annual school calendars of each partner country.
Best wishes
Francesca.

This is our 2017 calendar

Each month is one classroom from Ermitagaña school (Pamplona) Spain.
Best wishes for the New Year 2017!!!!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5W8uiIN1APQ
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CHRISTMAS MATERIAL (DOT TO DOT)

KATAMINO GAME (SIMILAR TO TETRIS AND TO UBONGO)

IT IS GRADUATED IN MANY DIFFERENT LEVELS TO WORK SPATIAL ORIENTATION

MATHS PUZZLES (MISSING NUMBERS)