FIne Motor Activity: Spirals and other Patterns (free printable; from Stimulating Learning with Rachel)

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FIne Motor Activity: Spirals and other Patterns (free printable; from Stimulating Learning with Rachel) Mikayla Genwright PD k

subtraction - Bear in the Cave Game --> Five bears are on a picnic and they decided to play hide and seek. Some of them hide in a cave. Have child close eyes while hiding the bears. Leave the remaining bears in plain site. The child opens eves and tries to guess how many bears are hiding in the cave. Have children refer to number line if necessary.

Bear in the Cave Game ~idea for prepositions (in the cave, on the cave, beside the cave.or a math game (ex. you have 3 bears total and 1 is in front of the cave, how many are inside?

Feed the hungry shape monsters game!

Feed the Hungry Shape Monsters Sorting Game

Jack and the Beanstalk Finger Gym. In this activity you have to put the right amount of beans onto the numbered leaves using the tweezers.

Jack and the Beanstalk Finger Gym. In this activity you have to put the right amount of beans onto the numbered leaves using the tweezers. - Tap the pin if you love super heroes too! Cause guess what? you will LOVE these super hero fitness shirts!

Daisy Footprints – Maths Outdoors | Creative STAR Learning | I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!

Daisy Footprints –use with green team.a literal visual for kids to see their impact on the earth. use with a photo project?

Yellow/Blue/Pink: wrap numicon in foil. Chn write down guess, unwrap foil and write down actual number.

At NL we hid the foil wrapped numicon in the sand pit. Children used metal detectors to 'treasure hunt' for the numicon. Also foil wrapped matching numeral cards.

Shape monsters---can incorporate shapes, vertices and adjectives all in one. Have the kids create their shape monster then describe it using math vocabulary and afjectives

Shape monsters are a great way to combine Halloween with math! You can incorporate shapes, vertices and adjectives all in one. Have the kids create their shape monster then describe it using math vocabulary and adjectives

Pompom Counting. Children will sort colored pompoms into numbered cupcake liners. By using chopsticks, children will also develop their fine motor skills. {Pre-k} {Individual}

Use theme/holiday related objects and tongs or tweezers. Children will sort colored pompoms into numbered cupcake liners. By using chopsticks, children will also develop their fine motor skills. {Pre-k} {Individual}

Making Patterns with Lego and Egg Cartons - The Imagination Tree

Making Patterns with Lego and Egg Cartons

Build number sense in kindergarten and first grade with this fun subitizing war game. Features ten-frames, tally marks, domino dots and finger patterns.

Subitizing War (A Number Sense Game)

Use Subitizing War to help your students build number sense and rapid recognition of sets through a fun game. Students with strong number sense excel in math. This engaging game builds these critical subitizing and number sense skills.

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