Post-It Number Line Math Activity for Preschoolers - Busy Toddler
Looking for a quick and easy math activity? Try making a Post-it Number line! It's a simple indoor learning activity that kids love doing. A perfect preschool math game from Busy Toddler.
PreK--Preschool Ideas from Noey
I used the die cut machine to make leaves as a measuring tool. Then I measured the children and took pictures. We then made a class book of how many leaves tall they were. One page per child. I placed the book in the math center and they love it. They also got into partners and measured things using different toys. They then had to tell me that the item they were measuring was, for example, 5 bear counters long.
Keys and locks with numbers on them. This activity can be changed in many different ways. Credit: Unknown (please let me know whose picture this is)
Graphing Activity inspired by Pete The Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons
Pete The Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons Activity for preschool and kindergarten. This graphing activity engages children as it teaches all about graphing.
Teaching Kindergartners How to Write a Sentence
Several lesson ideas and anchor charts to use when Teaching Kindergartners How to Write a Sentence. Uses the gradual release model to full implication.
Snap Cubes - Number and Pattern Cards - One Beautiful Home
Snap Cube Number and Pattern Cards! Such an awesome resource for my preschooler!
If you’ve ever had (or possibly you currently do have) a student who struggled with phonics even after receiving daily, systematic instruction, it’s most likely because they have not yet developed their phonemic awareness abilities. Read more
Numbers to 10 Activities for Little Learners
Building a solid number sense foundation is critical for students’ long-term math success – and it starts at an early age. It is the equivalent of learning letter names and letter sounds in reading. It is important for out students to develop a deep understanding of individual numbers, their quantities, how they are represented, and...
Five for Friday: January 22
Hi guys! I'm linking up with Kacey at Doodle Bugs Teaching to share 5 things from this week with you :) Read on for 2 freebies! CVC Lego I found this lego set at Dollarama last weekend and since my kids love lego and they need practice with hearing sounds in words I made up this CVC lego word building centre! It's been a hit all week! You can download the labels used for free by clicking here or on the image above! Decomposing 5 On Your Hand We have been working on decomposing numbers to 10…
Using Math Games to Enhance Learning
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 attention while they learn. So, how can you find some fun maths games? They are
How Science and Art Led to Our Child Created Math Wall
I don't buy things like color, number or letter charts from teacher stores because the kids make them so much more beautiful! I don't have classes make all of the charts every year, but when the children do create the tools, they understand the reason behind them so much more. They take ownership of them and love to use them. When they make these tools, they are more noticeable and don't fade into the background like store bought tools that were there when they walked in on their first day…