Rainy Day Math Games - This easy-to-make math game is inspired by a rainy day…and perfect for playing on a rainy day! It’s a great way for your preschooler to practice number recognition, one-to-one correspondence, and patterning.

This Rainy Day Math Game is an easy-to-make learning activity! And it's perfect for playing on a rainy day! It’s a great way for your preschooler to practice number recognition, one-to-one correspondence, and patterning.

Quiet activity! Pick up pom poms with chopsticks - number cards could relate to number or colour - endless possibilities.....

Just a very simple idea for quieter sessions. Pom poms are so quiet. Children get the pom-poms with chopsticks or tweezers. good for counting sorting and fine manipulative. Can be done individually or they could choose a number then race to collect.

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Numicon Padlocks. Fine motor and maths in one :-)

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