Fiddle Sticks – Undoubtedly the BEST game ever!! I’m not exaggerating.  Fiddle Sticks really is the best activity ever, especially for practicing skills such as sight word recognition and math facts

Fiddle Sticks - so easy! Previous pinner: Fiddle Sticks – Undoubtedly the BEST game ever! Fiddle Sticks really is the best activity ever, especially for practicing skills such as sight word recognition and math facts

Educational Gross Motor Activities - Children learn best and more importantly retain what they've learned when it is combined with movement. Here is a list of 35 awesome ideas for combining gross motor activities with learning. Most of the ideas are geared towards toddlers through age six, but many of the games could be adapted to what your child is learning.

Educational Gross Motor Activities - Children learn best and more importantly retain what they've learned when it is combined with movement. Here is a list of 35 awesome ideas for combining gross motor activities with learning. Most of the ideas are gea

Turkey Clothespin Counting ... great for fine motor development as well as math centers.

Turkey Clothespin Counting (but make snowmen) . great for fine motor development as well as math centers. by Kyli Carpenter

my favorite addition math stations.    This one is called "in and out".  The students simply drop a handful of cubes onto the in and out board.  They record the number in the circle for the first addend and the cubes outside of the circle as the 2nd addend.  Then solve the number sentence.  The kids really like it!

This math station is called "in and out". The students simply drop a handful of cubes onto the in and out board. They record the number in the circle for the first addend and the cubes outside of the circle as the addend. Then solve the number sentence.

What a great way for a Math Centre in Kindergarten and beginning of grade one! Paint a file folder ocean blue, and then on the outside place an envelope with eyes and get your students to place the correct number of eyes (with the help of velcro) on to the octopus' arms!

Octopus math file folder game- match dots on tentacles to correct numbers. ARTS AND MATH!

Numbers Learning with a Car Parking Numbers Game - Craftulate at B-InspiredMama.com

A Car Parking Numbers Game to Make Learning Numbers FUN

[Car Parking Numbers Game] Do you have a car lover? Have you ever used cars for learning? A Car Parking Numbers Game [Contributed by Craftulate] -

Math Games for Preschool and Kindergarten: Greater Than, Tally Mark Rhyme, and More!The Preschool Toolbox Blog

Math Games for Preschool and Kindergarten: Greater Than, Tally Mark Rhyme, and More!

Magnetic number Fishing.  They add what they catch.  Or if really young, they could just identify the number. (for older kids they could even catch 2 numbers and multiply!)

Magnetic number fishing, they add/subtract/multiply/divide what they catch! This also develops hand/eye coordination + fine motor skills

Activities: Hidden Numbers. Do this with uppercase and lowercase letters as well!

Hidden Numbers

FREE Play ‘Hidden Numbers’ to help children recognise numbers - this game will get your child to associate shapes with numbers for easy identification. Cut a small hole in an envelope, put a number in it so that only part of it shows,

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