One of TnT's favorite homeschool activities is (Cookie Sheet) Magnet Boards. I love this activity because you can teach so many things with the use of Cookie Sheet Magnet Boards.
- Numbers & counting
- Fine motor development
To make your Cookie Sheet Magnet Board you will need the following materials:
- Cookie Sheet large enough to fit letter size paper (I got mine at the Dollar Tree)
- Round Magnets
- 1" Pom Poms (Various colors)
- Letter Magnets – I have these in Upper and Lower case
- Glue Gun
After a couple attempts, I found that using a hot glue gun works best for keeping the pom poms on the magnets. E6000 would have probably worked as well but I didn't want to deal with the smell since I was making a large batch of magnets.
Free Printable Worksheets
To find worksheets, I simply searched Cookie Sheet Activities on Pinterest. Do-A-Dot worksheets also work great for this activity.
These are some of the worksheets we have used most often. I suggest laminating them for long term use.
- Numbers & Counting
- A to Z Do-A-Dot
- More Numbers & Counting
- A to Z Letter Match (Use letter magnets)
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