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Okay, so I've been to Aldi again

Published 6 months ago by Ann Baker


Okay so I've been to Aldi again! They just happened to have a perfect pre or post Easter 'Spot' book. I had to buy it. It’s a lift the flap picture counting book but with a few special features.

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Special features include:

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Use this book before or after Easter. Students will be excited either way, anticipating faster or retelling their faster experiences.

You all know how much students and I love Post-it notes. Why not let students plan and map their own Easter egg hunt for Spot? A school map could be used, or students could make their own classroom map and decide how many eggs, how many hiding places and how many eggs in each hiding place. Swapping maps and following directions could be a part of this.

Anyway, have fun and enjoy your break.

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