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Going on a Colour Hunt | Clare's Little Tots
Going on a Colour Hunt fun activity and craft for toddlers and preschoolers to reinforce colour recognition.
Feed the Hungry Shape Monsters Sorting Game - The Imagination Tree
Make a fun activity for preschoolers and school aged kids with this feed the hungry shape monsters sorting game! So simple to make and great for teaching little ones to recognise, name and sort 2D shapes in a silly, hilarious way! We made this funny feed the hungry shape monsters sorting game using pieces of...Read More »
2D Shapes Game
Do you remember playing with magnetic or wooden shapes when you were little? I had a set of wooden shapes in different sizes and colours which could be used to make all sorts of pictures and patterns. This is my DIY version, which I made for my class recently as we've been learning about shapes. I started with seven or eight sheets of colourful paper and being very lazy, I cut the shapes out mainly freehand and holding the whole bundle together at the same time! The only shape I didn't cut…
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Go on a Shape Walk to see shapes all around us - damsonlane.com
Shape monsters craft for Halloween---can incorporate shapes, vertices and adjectives all in one. Have the kids create their shape monster then describe it using math vocabulary and afjectives
Exploring Measurement Through Play - Mass
I want to encourage a love of learning in my children with all areas of life and that includes maths. I never really liked maths as a young learner but when I think of math as a hands-on play-based way to learn about the world, math is SO much fun! One topic of maths is measurement and this includes mass (weight), length, time, area, temperature and volume. The first concept we are going to look at here is mass. So here is my simple set up to encourage my children to explore measurement…