Greater or Less than

Using real objects to make math more concrete - comparing numbers. This activity meets SACERS Math/Reasoning Activities subscale.

Counting Activity Using a Geoboard

Number and Letter Sequencing

Love this idea - re pinned would also be good for fine motor. Counting Activity Using a Geoboard from An Everyday Story Number and Letter Sequencing

Touch Math with pom poms

Touch points and color matching in one! Just glue magnets to pompoms, print out touch point numbers and a cookie sheet. Could later have just numbers and they have to place the touch points on their own.

Simple Addition Machine ~ How fun! (Free make-it-yourself idea.)

Math Center-Sweet Sounds of Kindergarten : Math- Addition Cups! Cups have holes in them so that the manipulative a drop through. The kids use white board markers to write the numbers.

Fine Motor Skills

spelling words w/ clothes pin letters (fine motor and literacy) we could use it for name recognition- capital and lowercase letter matching or for simple sight words. Very awesome and super easy!

Such an easy way to teach fractions using Legos…

Such an easy way to teach fractions using Legos to children…

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Fun maths games for kids

Peg-A-Number Fact Game

Peg-a-Number Facts - a fun game for kids to play and learn basic addition and subtraction sums. Would be good for fine motor and finger strength, (pegs).

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