Pasta threading activity for toddlers - Laughing Kids Learn
Simple pasta threading activity for toddlers to do using play dough and straws. Great for fine motor development and hand/eye coordination. Lots of fun too.
Toddler Activity #5: Counting with Bowls
My son is 22 months old, so we have been talking a lot about numbers and attempting to count with him. I came up with this activity while ...
Sort and Count Maths Bottles - The Imagination Tree
Use old bottles and pom poms for simple counting and sorting maths games and motor skills fun! With lots of ways to play and learn, these are a great addition to the maths area at home or school. Welcome to another Playful Maths activity, part of a series being co-hosted with Learn with Play at...Read More »
Printable Lacing Cards: Numbers 0-10
Fine motor skills need practice and learning numbers takes practice, so voila. I made some number lacing cards for my little guy. You can download a PDF of these free 0-10 Lacing Cards from Google Drive here. I printed ours on heavyweight cardstock and laminated them for extra durability. Then I cut them apart and used my handy unconventional hole punch. To make the lacing strings, I cut lengths of yarn. I clipped toothpicks, added a dot of glue in the center and tied a knot around the…
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This toddler puzzle activity is an easy craft and can be made ahead of time, then brought out to keep your toddler busy anytime you need a few moments.
Number Pocket Game for Toddlers and Preschoolers (Toddler Approved!)
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I ❤️ Numicon. The tactile and visual element it adds to number is fantastic. At the moment in Reception we are really just at the exploration stage, so I’ve but putting the numicon out with t…
Math. Key and lock. Fine motor skills. 6 different dollar store locks. Put keys on binder rings with beads. Students must count the beads on the key ring and use the key to unlock the corresponding lock.