Monday, January 27, 2014

Valentine's Day Light Table Activity

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We have been on a Valentine's Day kick here lately and our light table has been constantly covered in hearts.  I couldn't help it...I found so many cool Valentine's things at the dollar store that were just perfect for some light table play.  For instance, I found this awesome sheer, heart-covered gift wrap at the dollar store.  It is almost like sheer fabric.  I just knew it would look fabulous on the light table and, of course, I was right.  This Valentine's Day light table activity for kids looks fantastic!

Valentine's light table play from And Next Comes L

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Valentine's Day Light Table Activity for Kids

I placed the heart gift wrap on top of the light table.  You could tape it into place if you'd like, but I didn't bother since K, the little destroyer, wasn't awake to move it around and I knew J wouldn't really move it around.  I then set out some red glass stones.

Valentine's light table play from And Next Comes L

J started placing a red glass stone on each heart, counting along as he worked.  As you can see, this activity is great for reinforcing one-to-one-correspondence.

J at the light table from And Next Comes L

Counting hearts Valentine's light table play from And Next Comes L

Counting hearts Valentine's light table play from And Next Comes L

It looks beautiful, doesn't it?

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