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Preschool Math Activities and Games

Preschool Math Activities & Games

Wonders of Learning: Counting Beautiful Materials

Math with nature: Counting Beautiful Materials - up to 20 or an extra chart with larger numbers might be good

Cada niño decora una piedra y luego añade un barniz impermeabilizante. Una forma sencilla de decorar el patio con los trabajos de los niños

Every child decorates a stone and then adds a weatherproofing varnish. What an amazingly welcoming display! School counselors - could make it a great lesson on diversity & add stones to our school garden

Transient art with metal, silver  grey loose parts - from Rachel (",)

Dragons and Castles

Pattern Making Transient art with metal, silver & grey loose parts - from Rachel (",)

Button play - number recognition, counting, simple addition & pattern work... from Rachel (",)

Reggio Math ideas with buttons: number recognition, counting, simple addition & pattern work (via Stimulating Learning with Rachel (",)

Reggio. Preschool age children were curious about their heights. Teachers measured them then taught them how to measure a piece of yarn to match their height. Here is the finished height chart, complete with names and self portraits by the pre-k children.   Growth Growing Height Chart Compare Contrast Math

We did this in the preschool I work in and the children literally stared at it all time. I knew I had to have one in my classroom!

numbers and colors

What a fun game! Make two dice: one with numbers, and one with colors. Roll the dice, then use dot stamps to make that number of dots in that color on your paper. My adaption would be to have the dice be a doubles dice to practice double math facts

Number sense math tray. Instagram photo by @curious_kinders • 50 likes

Ever wonder how you could get your son or daughter to be more interested in math? Math is hard work, but with some fun maths games, you can capture their

"Ten Green Bottles" Early Years Counting and Singing activity.

"Ten Green Bottles" Early Years counting and singing activity. It makes far more sense to re-cycle green plastic bottles than to try and painting bottles green.

<b>From the beginning of the year until the end, these fun activities will get your students excited about learning.</b> You should definitely go out and get some popsicle sticks for this.

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