# big numeracy

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Learn how one mom made a simple Car Parking Numbers Game for her toddler to practice his number learning and number recognition!

Learn Through Movement You probably know by now that I am a big believer in the benefits of combining gross motor and educational act...

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Tough spot number practice with wet cotton wool buds:)

The weeks go by too quickly and my little girls is growing up too fast! Sophia is now is now 2 1/2 years old. Many of these activities can be adjusted to

Gemstone outlined shapes. The children made some brilliant patterns with the coloured gems and talked about the properties of the shape as they created the outlines.

Ideeën voor rekenspellen groep 3 om zelf te maken. Splitshuisjes, dobbelstenen, geldrekenen, telrij oefenen, rekenen, dubbelen, spiegelen, sommen

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This simple pretend play idea works on preschool math skills, fine motor development and so much more.

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

Fun, wearable learning bracelets for colors, numbers & shapes - great for preschool or kindergarten!

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Numicon display (inspired by a post on rockmyclassroom.com)

Numbers are everywhere! My kids love finding numbers in books, on buildings, and around the house. My son came home from kindergarten the other day and wanted to show me how he wrote his numbers. We created a simple number game where he could practice writing numbers while my toddler could practice recognizing and matchingContinue Reading

I started off this topic with a letter addressed to Reception. It was from the Joker to say that he had kidnapped all of the small world superhero characters. The children were outraged and I feigned serious distress! We hadn't set anything on the tables that morning because we wanted to see what the children…