I could suggest some ideas for everyday objects that could be used for playtime and learning. How about using buttons of different colors and sizes to create patterns? Or using straws in various colors to create structures and patterns? Additionally, animal-shaped erasers can be used to identify and create patterns while having fun. Students could also use dried pasta, in differing shapes and sizes, to form patterns and shapes. These are just a few everyday objects that could be implemented into playtime and learning to boost engagement and cognition.
TEACHING AND LEARNING MATHEMATICS THROUGH PLAY: Public Course
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