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Math Problem Solving: Exploring Capacity - Kindergarten Kindergarten (love these hands-on exploration activities! Measurement Kindergarten, Ks1 Maths, Measurement Activities, Kindergarten Math Activities, Math Measurement, Math Resources, Teaching Math, Kindergarten Math Journals, Literacy

Math Problem Solving: Exploring Capacity

Kids have a lot of misconceptions about capacity, and they can really only be cleared up through hands-on exploration. Sadly, I don't think they get opportunities for this like we did when we were kids. Instead of playing in a sand box or with cups and bowls in the bathtub, kids are playing with iPads and Wii's. And so many districts (mine included) are taking away sand and water tables from kindergarten, in favor of more "rigor." Because of this, kids are not building the schema necessary…

Remarkable Preschool Math Center Ideas - How Wee Learn Maths Eyfs, Numeracy Activities, Nursery Activities, Kids Learning Activities, Outdoor Preschool Activities, Capacity Activities, Eyfs Classroom, Measurement Activities, Maths Resources

Remarkable Preschool Math Center Ideas - How Wee Learn

I know from my Facebook question a few weeks ago that many (many!) of you are preschool and Kindergarten teachers. While I am loving being home with my own little ones right now, I still get the itch to be in the classroom. To plan centers, and add neat things to encourage little ones to...Read More »

We recently started a study on measurement for math. We started with capacity. We have already completed a mitten capacity investigation . Measurement Kindergarten, Measurement Activities, Math Measurement, Preschool Math, Math Classroom, Kindergarten Activities, Fun Math, Teaching Math, Classroom Ideas

Measurement Activities

We recently started a study on measurement for math. We started with capacity. We have already completed a mitten capacity investigation ....

Working out the capacity of containers by measuring the different number of spoonfuls to fill each one. Capacity Activities, Numeracy Activities, Measurement Activities, Math Measurement, Math Games, Maths 3e, Maths Eyfs, Preschool Math, Primary Maths

Working out the capacity of containers by measuring the different number of spoonfuls to fill each one.

Tangletown Fine Art Elephant in Bathtub by Nancy Lee Giclee Print on Gallery Wrap Canvas, 24 Measurement Kindergarten, Measurement Activities, Math Measurement, Kindergarten Activities, Teaching Math, Math Games, Teaching Ideas, Capacity Activities, Math Problem Solving

Math Problem Solving: Exploring Capacity (Kindergarten Kindergarten)

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Who Sank the Boat? by Pamela Allen is our Book of the Month for July A fantastic book to introduce prediction, rhyming and asking questions (do you know who sank the boat? See our "Who Sank the Boat" themed board from some activity ideas! Teaching Science, Science Activities, Science Ideas, Preschool Science, Science Books, Reading Activities, Capacity Activities, Teaching Ideas, Primary Science

Cheap Water Table For Kids - No Time For Flash Cards

Make this cheap water table for your kids for only a couple bucks! Kids will play throughout the warm months and never get tired of it!

 “Who Sank The Boat? Engineer a Boat to hold Toy Animals. Via My Early Childhood Reflections Capacity Activities, Steam Activities, Science Activities, Activities For Kids, Inquiry Based Learning, Boat Projects, Tot School, Boat Building, Some Fun

Who sank the boat?

Yes, yes, yes, I haven't shared anything from my classroom in only too long! Let me share some fun photos from my morning with 3-5 year olds. Each Friday this month, we are exploring engineering with recyclables. Today, we read the book Who Sank the Boat? by Pamela Allen, and discussed the story's problem: the boat sunk! Would it be possible to build a boat? How about one that wouldn't sink? How about if we only used recyclables and tape? Would it be possible to create one that could hold…