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.....

Pick up pom poms with chopsticks - differentiate: number cards, addition/subtraction/multiplication/division fact cards

Number snakes from Rachel (",)

Snakes, Worms & Bugs

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

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“From an idea I'm sure I saw somewhere on here, but can't remember where, our Numicon Padlocks

Challenge area. You complete the challenge below your Mini Me (moveable groups). When you have completed your challenge, your Mini Me gets a sticker! It is very easy to see who isn't visiting the challenge areas.

You complete the challenge below your Mini Me (moveable groups). When you have completed your challenge, your Mini Me gets a sticker! It is very easy to see who isn't visiting the challenge areas.

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