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Hanukkah Learning Binder Free Printable
My girls and I love binder activities.
You can choose to laminate them and cut the pieces like we did, and that always works well for on the go!
But, you can also choose not to.
Using them as placemats for learning and adding manipulative to is also an amazing way to learn!
I’ll show you the different ways you can use this binder below!
If you like busy books aka activity binders, I created the Preschool Activity Binder which will work well for Toddlers, Preschoolers and Kindergarteners!
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Download and Print the Hanukkah Learning Binder (Below this post.)
Laminator and Laminating Sheets (optional)
Dry Erase Pocket (optional)
Manipulatives such as letter magnets, cube links, counting chips…
Dry Erase Markers (optional)
Hanukkah Worksheets and Free Printable Ideas
One way to use this printable is to add them to a binder.
Use them as placemats in conjunction with manipulatives.
Some ideas are:
Match the letters with letter magnets
Count the candles by adding cube links upward to see the different in numbers.
Use counting chips to count the candles.
Use a dry erase marker to write out the number in the space provided under each candle.
Cut either the uppercase or lowercase pieces to match with the sheet you didn’t cut the pieces on.
What other fun ways can you think of using these with manipulatives?
How to laminate your free learning printable?
Laminating your printables is a great way to preserve and maintain them for a long time.
I like laminating our printables because my youngest gets to learn the same material my oldest did as it was maintained and ready for her when she was able.
Another option is to use a dry erase pocket.
These work well for on the go just as laminating them does!
You can use a dry erase marker to write and erase.
**To laminate your printable, we like using the Skotch Laminator with the Skotch laminating sheets.
Once you have laminated the sheets, you may also choose to insert them in a 3 ring binder.
Well, there you have it!
If you would like to see additional sheets within this binder or for any Hanukkah printable requests, please email me at Tam@activelittles.com.
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Happy Hanukkah! 🙂
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