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Reggio-inspired mathematics: geometry kit
Can you make these shapes? Challenge young children to use craft sticks to make a range of 2D shapes
Building 2D & 3D Shapes with Craft Sticks - In The Playroom
Over the summer holidays, I’ve joined together with a group of bloggers to bring you weekly craft and play ideas using simple supplies from around the home or garden. We’re starting with sticks (either sticks from outdoors, or craft sticks). Make sure to check out all of the other fun stick ideas linked at the […]
Pipe Cleaner Counting Activity for Kids - Planning Playtime
Looking for a fun Counting Activity for kids? Try this Pipe Cleaner Counting Activity. You'll need cups and pipe cleaners for this bit of fine motor fun.
Playful Math with Mirror Books | Happiness is here
Make math playful and fun for kids with mirror books. Great way to let children explore math concepts like symmetry, patterns, and more.
Basic Shapes Work Station or Centre Activity
Simple small group activity learning about shapes- great for maths centres or work stations.
Loose Parts Number Exploration, Math Activity, Fine Motor Skills, Gift for Kids, Montessori Classroom, Reggio Emilia, Teacher Resources
This loose parts number exploration activity is fantastic for a classroom setting, a daycare or home school environment, or as an extension to your educational learning home. Children can explore how to build numbers with a variety of materials. Great for a Montessori or Reggio Emilia inspired environment. Materials Included: - Wooden Tree Slice (size & shape may vary slightly) - Sectional organizing tray - Wicker basket - Wooden card stand - 10 laminated cards - handmade wood slice…
Cupcake play dough counting and number recognition
Play dough is one of our favorite things to do and the kids have been asking to play with it for the last couple of day so we took it out. I...
Money Sorting Activity for Kids
Kids love this easy money sorting activity for a little easy early learning at home using all those spare coins you have lying around!