Kindergarten math

Collection by Rachel White

Rachel White

Nifty Numicon

I ❤️ Numicon. The tactile and visual element it adds to number is fantastic. At the moment in Reception we are really just at the exploration stage, so I’ve but putting the numicon out with t…

Play Dough Ladybirds

We decided to make some of our own ladybird play dough and this led to lots of counting. If you've never made your own play dough before then I recommend that you give it a try.

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Cupcake Sums - FUN, hands on math game to help preschool, prek, kindergarten, and first grade students practice addition with hands on manipulatives
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Cupcake Math Activity

This Cupcake Math Activity is such a fun, hands on math activity that makes practicing addition fun for kindergarten and first graders.

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Birthday Cake Play Dough Counting - The Imagination Tree

Make some scented birthday cake play dough and use it to create a fun filled counting game for preschoolers to enjoy! You will know by now that we are humongous fans of play dough and creating our own new recipes by adding all sorts of wonderful ingredients! You can find a whole A-Z of Play...Read More »

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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 added a little fun twist to it for some learning time. Jake and Cate love to pretend play like they are cooking, so I took out the cupcake liners and cupcake pans they made pretend cupcakes. We added candles to the cupcakes to sing Happy Birthday. After they put the candles in their cupcakes I had them count them and match the correct number to the…

A simple play dough game for number recognition and 1 to 1 correspondence.
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Playdough Maths Activity

I have posted lots of posts on playdough before because it is one of the most wonderful resources teachers and parents can use to foster creativity, improve fine motor skills and teach many different concepts across the curriculum. We have been learning our numbers through number rhymes, finger plays, counting songs and many different hands on activities both inside and in the playground. Today we played with dice and playdough. This is a very simple game but it is very effective and the…