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Building Number Sense in Kindergarten and First Grade! Plenty of hands-on games and activities that have students identifying, ordering, and comparing numbers 0-20.

Comparing Numbers: Building Number Sense in Kindergarten and First Grade! Plenty of hands-on games and activities that have students identifying, ordering, and comparing numbers

Quick and Fun Math Practice for Little Kids

Adding popsicle sticks to our wish lists for these cool magnetic counting sticks (from the Elementary Math Maniac). Use to teach number sense - counting sets, ordering numbers, etc.

Shape monsters---can incorporate shapes, vertices and adjectives all in one. Have the kids create their shape monster then describe it using math vocabulary and afjectives

Shape monsters---can incorporate shapes, vertices and adjectives all in one. Have the kids create their shape monster then describe it using math vocabulary and adjectives. They could write how many of each shape that was used to make the monster.

This is very cool and easy math activity and found very useful to teach sorting and counting. I would pass this pin. Children will match the same color of pom-pom with the bottle color.

Fun Bottle Top Addition Game. Playful Maths

Instead of numbers write the color word on the bottles. Sort pom-poms by color. Empty each bottle and count the pom-poms. Then record how many pom-poms were in each bottle. Add the two colors together for addition practice.

Giant Shape Sort

Giant Shape Sort

A little masking tape and objects around the house can turn into a fun learning game for toddlers! This GIANT shape sort activity is perfect for teaching shape recognition . with a little cognitive development skill of sorting on the side! by marissa

Quiet activity! Pick up pom poms with chopsticks - number cards could relate to number or colour - endless possibilities.....

Pick up pom poms with chopsticks - differentiate: number cards, addition/subtraction/multiplication/division fact cards

DIY Giant Block Puzzle #Kids #Toys #Puzzle

Create this DIY Giant Block Puzzle with just a few materials in a matter of minutes. Great for a variety of developmental skills including fine-motor skills and shape recognition.

Maths challenge table. This activity was an adult led the week before. Hoping the children will be able to do this independently.

to keep math attitude positive, I would not use easiest but another indicator.