Cute summer counting activity.

Watermelon Seed Counting

Watermelon Seed Counting - Cute and simple summer counting activity! FREE watermelon template or you can make them out of paper plates and have them color it for some art fun!

Exploring missing numbers with paint charts. Or skip counting! Laminate and use dry erase markers for continous use

Skip counting/number patterns with paint strips. You can laminate them, so the kids can write in the missing numbers with dry erase marker.

Really good Early Years Number activity which even the boys love.

Match sets by matching the numbered key to the lock with the correct number of dots on it. GREAT for fine motor skills and very motivational! Or by padlock in the numicon tile.

Fine motor or counting activity

Shape Match with a Recycled paper towel tube + stickers + marker. Awesome shape game for toddlers and preschoolers!

Mrs. Karen's Preschool Ideas-counting with circles on an octopus

Karen's Preschool Ideas - counting with circles on an octopus Large circle for octopus body and attach eight strips to the bottom numbered Have children draw on a face and add the appropriate number of circles to each strip.

Magnetic letter hunt! Can you find the first letter in your name can you spell your name? EYFS/pre-school activities.

Can you find the first letter in your name can you spell your name? Use different sized magnets to activate fine motor skills.

Slimey, messy play idea - sink magnetic numbers into jelly and let the kids dig them out. Great for #numeracy and #sensory play

Slimey, messy play idea: sink magnetic numbers into jelly and let the kids dig them out. Great for numeracy and sensory play

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.

Number formation display- could say articulation targets that many times. Cool idea for preschool speech therapy

Children reach into the box to find a number. After the number has been pulled out of the box the child identifies the number and finds the corresponding counting card. (Mystery box was made by cover a Kleenex box with construction paper and place foam numbers inside. Counting ring was made with different stickers 1-10)

Children reach into the box to find a number. After the number has been pulled out of the box the child identifies the number and finds the corresponding counting card.

Investigation Area - shell exploration

Investigation Area - shell exploration Uses a book for inspiration. Can do this for any of the books that fit with metacognition.

An indoor garden at The Little Unicorn Honeysuckle - image shared by International Child Care College

An indoor garden at The Little Unicorn Honeysuckle - image shared by International Child Care College- Room I

Playing with water from @Cool Canvas

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Some ideas reminiscent of Minnetrista's Backyard Garden that you can do at hoime.

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