Indian Corn Patterns on the Light Table | Still Playing School

Indian Corn Patterns on the Light Table

We created festive fall patterns on the light table by making Indian corn with transparent counters! You could also do this off of the light table with regular colored chips.

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We converted our play table into a light table which has provided so much fun and learning as it gets dark earlier.  I am challenging myself to find and create economical supplies for our light table

The transparent counter chips are perfect to sort in our clear dollar store egg tray. E liked to sort all of one color first, where I grabbed a bunch to sort all at once.

I cut colored binder dividers into corn husks so we could make indian corn with our now sorted chips.  (I also scored our binder dividers at the dollar store, but they aren't always available so I've included a similar link.)

I would begin an AB, AAB, or ABC pattern for E to complete.  She also enjoyed open play time to make pretty corn with whatever colors she chose.

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