Counting Activity Using a Geoboard from An Everyday Story 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

Fine Motor Counting stars or dots on a paper plat plus clothes pins with numbers.

Fine Motor Counting stars or dots on a paper plat plus clothes pins with numbers. (Random quantities so the kids aren't just ordering the clothespins?

Number formation display

Number formation display I think this is fabulous for engaging the boys. I would probably introduce one number at a time and slowly build it up.

EYFS shape sorting table, maths, playing with and arranging shape, naming shapes, discussing shape features.

Could maybe use magic whiteboard paper and redraw with whiteboard pens so students don't memorise where each shape goes.

I like the idea behind this..would make a bit more colorful. Could do a different color for each number that way the child could match colors and as well as numbers

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Early learning math center (kindergarten) The child will match the number on the clip to the to the number of items in each section.


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Instead of numbers write the color word on the bottles. Sort pom-poms by color. Empty each bottle and count the pom-poms. Then record how many pom-poms were in each bottle. Add the two colors together for addition practice.

Simple and easy math station to set up and use. This is a perfect center to help students practice reading numbers, counting and get valuable fine motor practice.

A fun number and fine motor skill activity for your kids! (I like the idea of using an ice cube tray better - more durable, and less risk of germs.

Numicon in Playdough on rockmyclassroom.com

Numicon in Playdough links fine motor skills with the familiarisation of Numicon shapes

This counting activity involves reading and sharing the story Elmer’s First Counting Book.  Followed by a count and match the number activity using coloured squares that imitate the colourful patches on Elmer the Elephant from the book.

Learning to Count Activity

Elmer’s First Counting Book by David McKee is a fabulous book to introduce counting to young children and toddlers.

Clothespin Number Match - learn numbers and practice fine motor skills. Great center idea!

Clothespin Number Match - learn numbers and practice fine motor skills. Or have the kids use stickers on index cards.

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