Simple Math Tray for PreK-Kindergarteners to practice math skills like counting, 1:1 correspondence, and number recognition AND work on fine motor skills!

Math: Counting with beads and Pipe cleaners. Simple Math Tray for PreK-Kindergarteners to practice math skills like counting, correspondence, and number recognition AND work on fine motor skills!

strengthening little hands, hand-eye coordination

an idea for Sam. OT activity: An old tennis ball makes a great "eater" for transferring dried beans -- strengthening little hands while building hand-eye coordination.

The number recognition game Simple yet effective! :} //have "chips" match Montessori colors. Easy to make.

Really simple number recognition bingo game - divide a card into 6 squares & number them. The child rolls the die. When they roll a they cover up the number 1 on the card. They roll until they have covered all the numbers.

Bamboo skewers, playdough & colourful drinking straws cut in pieces- fun idea to look at patterns and sequences and also fine motor sills. Can also use to practice addition, greater than, less than, counting and more!

Pattern Towers for Preschoolers

Bamboo skewers, playdough colourful drinking straws cut in pieces- fun idea to look at patterns and sequences and also fine motor sills. Can also use to practice addition, greater than, less than, counting and more!

Funnels, Tubes and water by 2 Big, 2 Little.

Create funnels and tubes in the water bin. Use colored water so students can see it going through the tubes.

Autumn sensory tray

Let the kids collect items, and then play with them. Autumn Sensory Play from Pre-school Play

Ideas for teaching early scissor skills. I love the idea of using play dough instead of paper for kids just learning how to use scissors.

Cutting playdough instead of paper for early scissor skills. I tried this activity with one of my SEN children and it really worked, I noticed a major improvement in their fine motor skills and hand strength!

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