# Teaching EYFS Maths

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It's Monday and I'm linking up with Tara again! I'm loving Monday Made Its! Although it usually takes me until at least Friday to get through all the wonderful posts people have been sharing. And my to do list grows longer each day. We may need a "Friday Finished It" linky party if I soon don't stop starting all these wonderful projects and then get sidetracked by a new one! This week I did accomplished a few things in between blog stalking and project starting. The first is my new math game…

Exploring number @ New Horizons Preschool. Love the fake grass in the tray.

Make a giant color graph, and sort, count, and graph toys or other objects! I’ve mentioned before that Jonathan (turning 4 in January) is always asking for more “school” to do. But like my other boys, he doesn’t always see the value in academic activities. For example, I have seen the idea on Pinterest to […]

Play this hidden number game with your preschooler that will give her a leg up in learning numbers.

water beads and marble run in the water tray

Please use the images below as a way to ignite conversations with your child at home.

A few activities related to snakes, worms & bugs in the early years classroom from Rachel (",)

Make it exciting! This idea is via @MrJHalliburton

Create a Number Line 1 to 20 is a fun hands-on number awareness activity that involves recognising and organising numerals 1 to 20. The activity provides children with the opportunity to unjumble the numbered pop stick flowers and arrange them in order from 1 to 20 into some play dough rolled out into a line. Children can also play games such as "Fill in the Missing Number" counting forwards and backwards and guess the missing number.

I ❤️ Numicon. The tactile and visual element it adds to number is fantastic. At the moment in Reception we are really just at the exploration stage, so I’ve but putting the numicon out with t…

This multi-leveled sensory explore become science experiment is a great entertainer as well as playful learning experience! Take a look at our Fizzy Cloud Dough Experiment (Taste Safe)

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Using colour blocks to explore shadow in the Early Years.

Count and Smash Play Dough Math Activity is a fun, hands-on, sensory way for preschoolers to learn counting & fine motor skills!