Here’s a math activity that is guaranteed to be a hit! Print these Roll it, Write it, Count it mats – see the link at the bottom of the page. My 4.5 year old has been loving this, especially the marker part and the erasing part. And the M & M’s that we used for...Read More »
Rainy Day Math Games - This easy-to-make math game is inspired by a rainy day…and perfect for playing on a rainy day! It’s a great way for your preschooler to practice number recognition, one-to-one correspondence, and patterning.
Catch a Bug Math Activity and Free Printable: The printable includes numbers 1-20, several different bug jars, a 10-frames chart, and was designed so you can adapt it to suit your child's needs. (Spring, counting, addition, preschool, kindergarten)
When I am planning for my math lessons, I do not always have the time to put into finding awesome picture books to teach whatever it is that I am planning for. I am sure that I am not alone with this. To save you some time I put together my favorite shapes books. Hopefully this list will help your math planning, while also providing you with some great books to teach shapes.
This simple preschool activity is a fun way to help your preschooler practice measuring and see how HUGE some of the dinosaurs were by making your own T-Rex footprint and comparing it to your family members' feet.