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I got several boxes of these at the end of term. Having eaten the chocs, I can't bring myself to throw away the boxes! There MUST be a use for them, somewhere, in my classroom.I'm picturing them hanging, or on the wall, as frames for something ... ?
Fine motor skills - sorting beads into the sections using tweezers.
What year group do you teach? Mine love making their own sweets and chocolates to go in them with very appetising-looking brown, chocolate scented playdough.
They also like sticking various things in them in the creative area - foam animals, coloured squares, beads etc.
Thank you both - I'm in year four, so a bit past motor skills and play dough. If nothing else, I can whip them out as a plenary on 3d shapes!
LA group for division/ multiplication, they should share 20 beads into two sections etc.
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