Building Number Sense to 20: Lessons and Activities for Kids
The ultimate spot for teachers to find math tips and strategies for building number sense to 20 in Kindergarten and first grade. An extensive list of number sense activities and resources are included: books, materials, math manipulatives, and FREE activi
Our Homeschool Day: Preschool Busy Binder - Arrows & Applesauce
There's non-stop educational fun packed into our preschool busy binder. Tons of activities neatly organized and easily accessible.
Printable Learning Folder for the Early Years - Inspire the Mom
Whether you are teaching your prechooler at home or working with them in preparation for school, here is a printable learning binder for you.
SKUNK–A Fun Game of Chance and Probability
Yes…I said SKUNK… My kids love to play this fun game. The only materials needed a pair of dice for the teacher and a sheet of paper for each student. Oh, and an overhead projector is helpful too. Begin by having each student draw a game board on their own sheet of scrap paper like the one pictured below. I... Read more »
Do A Dot Number Printables * Free Printable - Moms and Crafters
These free do a dot number printables are a great way for kids to have fun learning number forms without worksheets! They're great for at home, for pre-k or kindergarten prep, and a great dot art coloring pages for preschoolers.
FREE Ice Cream Patterns Printable for Kids
FREE Ice Cream Patterns for Kids - kids will have fun practicing preschool math as they complete these summer patterns with playdough or pom poms. Such a fun math activity for preschoolers #preschool #mathactivity #preschoolmath
Many of our children are very interested in math! They have entered their sensitive period for numbers and all things related (see post on sensitive periods). The Montessori materials follow the developmental sequence of the child when they become interested in math. We have heard many voices saying the numbers which is called rote counting. This is when a child can repeat the numbers because they have memorized them. We have also seen some number recognition. This is when a child can…
FUN Five Senses Activities for Kindergarten!
We had so much fun learning about our senses this month. I was just planning on some light reading and taking the oldest to a class, but as usual he had other plans. It turned into a full unit. Eas…
Touch & Feel Colour Cards - Teach Me Mommy
In a non-planned Touch & Feel series, these touch & feel colour cards idea is the final post. And how fabulous are they? We have Shapes, Counting and Letters Touch and Feel cards, and now we have colours as well! These cards are great for kids from toddler age and up. My 7 year old sensory seeker still loves to …
Pool Noodle Name Recognition Activity - Preschool Inspirations
Another reason to head to the dollar store! Work on name spelling with pool noodles!
Heidi || Let’s Play.Learn.Grow on Instagram: “I made this color matching Fine Motor activity a couple years ago for Little Miss 4 and just pulled it out again for Little Man 2. He is…”
165 Likes, 15 Comments - Heidi || Let’s Play.Learn.Grow (@letsplaylearngrow) on Instagram: “I made this color matching Fine Motor activity a couple years ago for Little Miss 4 and just pulled…”
My Shop - How Wee Learn
An entire year of educational quiet boxes! Perfect for kids between 2 - 6 years. Awesome for little ones who no longer nap, or for toddlers while Mama nurses. Also great for home schooling families with little ones!
Preschool Homeschool Curriculum for 3 Year Olds - Jessi Fearon
Looking for a preschool homeschool curriculum for 3 year olds? This is the one we are using for our family along with how we are organizing it to help keep us sane.
100th Day of School Ideas & Treats - Lessons for Little Ones by Tina O'Block
The 100th day of school is a huge deal in kindergarten! The students have worked hard to learn how toContinue reading
Snowmen and Dinosaurs
Here are some of the activities on the shelves- The snowman is a counting game. He is made out of a milk jug and fun foam. Pretty easy and pretty cute. A child rolls the die and counts out the milk caps. We love games because they teach letters, numbers, taking our turn, waiting for our turn and being patient. Melt! is an alphabet game-http://metamoracommunityprek.blogspot.com/2010/10/boo-bang-gobble-melt.html A Dinosaur Dig is in our dramatic play area…