Maths activity of counting beads on a pipe cleaner. Great for developing number and fine motor skills. Laughing Kids Learn

Counting beads on pipe cleaners

ROLL & CROSS: What a fun and easy math game for kids of all ages! This is a perfect number recognition and counting game for toddlers and preschoolers. They will love playing with this homemade dice and racing to cross out the numbers!

Roll & Cross Math Game

Taking the time to build fine motor skills is just as important as teaching your Littles letter names and sounds, numbers, counting, etc. e...

Developing Fine Motor Skills

Here is a simple counting activity for children, especially preschoolers. Simple to set up it can suit individual needs and develops fine motor skills.

Simple counting activity for children

Counting, maths ideas in school, preschool, nursery

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These fingerprint caterpillars are a fun way to work on number awareness! A simple craft project that is perfect for preschool aged kids. Plus you only need the free printable and some paint.

Fingerprint Caterpillars Craft

Print and Drive Number Rhymes are perfect for your little tot or preschooler.  This set includes numbers 1-10 with a fun transportation theme on each page.  For every number, there is a small rhyme for children to learn the proper number formation as they drive their vehicle around the number.  These will get tons of …

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Touch & feel counting cards, a fun multi sensory learning tool to make yourself!

Touch & Feel Counting Cards

Preschoolers will love this FREE printable cookie jar number matching game. Includes numbers 1-10 with two levels of difficulty. One jar shows numbers and ano

FREE Cookie Jar Number Matching Printables and Game

Clothespin Number Match ... great for fine motor development - #homeschooling #homeschool activities

Clothespin Number Match - learn numbers and practice fine motor skills. Or have the kids use stickers on index cards.