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GIANT SHAPE MATCH: Check out this awesome indoor math activity for toddlers and preschoolers; an awesome rainy day activity; quick and easy to set up; easy toddler activity; easy preschool activity; diy math activity

Giant Shape Match Activity

Giggles and Wiggles ideas -- GIANT SHAPE MATCH: Check out this awesome indoor math activity for toddlers and preschoolers; an awesome rainy day activity;

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?

Fine motor maths activity - counting using pipe cleaners and beads - my kids loved this today!

Fine motor maths activity - counting using pipe cleaners and beads - my kids loved this today! - could use tweezers and beads in jars to strengthen hands for writing

Bugs and Bottle Tops - simple, fun fine motor activity for kids.

Bugs and Bottle Tops

Bugs and Bottle Tops - simple, fun fine motor activity for kids. Make sure we have the right sized bottle tops and bugs!

Celery Stamping Rainbow Fish Craft for Kids.

Celery Stamping Rainbow Fish Craft for Kids

Numicon in Playdough on rockmyclassroom.com

Numicon in Playdough links fine motor skills with the familiarisation of Numicon shapes

Numicon & aqua beads on rockmyclassroom.com

Use aqua beads with numicon shapes. Fish out a shape, then fill it in with beads, counting out loud!

Finger Gym in my FS2 class

amount and number match Activity will develop physical - fine motor skills Cognitive- brain and numbers

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.