Lots of Bear activities and Bear stories on this post!

For this project, the children can use one to one correspondence to match the number of figures with the number noted on the paper. Having the dots color coded to match the figures in also very helpful and teaches colors. - use with teddy bear math!

How to Teach Arrays - lots of really fun ideas for teaching repeated addition and rectangular arrays

Neat activity ideas to practice creating arrays. Students are challenged to create arrays and then to write repeated addition and multiplication number sentences.

Fun ways to incorporate math and statistics into the classroom

Measure with yarn. My kiddos had a lot of fun and learned to say (in a complete sentence) "I am taller/shorter than__" Great for ELL's.

Magic Potions! Measuring Volume and Capacity Lesson 2/3/4 - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Measuring Volume and Capacity Lesson - Australian Curriculum Lessons. Links well with Primary Connections 'Beneath Our Feet'

Number hunt. Children take photos of numbers they find and send in to teacher to add to display. Courtesy of tishylishy

number hunt - encourage kinder students and families to look for numbers at home and in the community, send in pictures/documentation for a cute display

Original idea from @Pinterest Creative education for primaries .We can use this in foreign language learning with jungle animals A great way to develop jungle animals in target language.Maths measuring activity plus create a silly poem about animals and which are taller than the children

Measuring: Are you as tall as a zebra or a penguin? Thanks to the Children's Room at Burbank Central Library for this cute and mathematical display!

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