# Maths

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Simple Hands-On Activities That Help Build Fine Motor Skills - with fine motor skills going missing at preschool, try some of these hands-on invitations to help strengthen fine motor skills you clever monkey

Math Printables for numeral recognition activities.

### For the Love of Learning: DIY Counting Activity - Simple & Educational Love the idea of muffin tin inserts so that you can easily switch out the skill.

### Outdoor Maths: Pink and Blue Milestones. Use chalk to count and sort items found outdoors.

### Counting Activity: Building Pizzas can be set up as cookie sheet activities, a magnet center, or math center. This set includes two pizzas, 12 build a pizza instruction cards, and lots of build a pizza building pieces (all in color).

### Magnetic number fishing, they add/subtract/multiply/divide what they catch! This also develops hand/eye coordination + fine motor skills

Use tape on a table (place a string underneath the tape to make it tactile as a raised lined drawing) to make the shape then the child matches the block to the correct shape. could also be done on boards to work on the floor as puzzle

Giggles and Wiggles ideas -- GIANT SHAPE MATCH: Check out this awesome indoor math activity for toddlers and preschoolers; an awesome rainy day activity;

### Just a very simple idea for quieter sessions. Pom poms are so quiet. Children get the pom-poms with chopsticks or tweezers. good for counting sorting and fine manipulative. Can be done individually or they could choose a number then race to collect.

Create a number line 1 to 20 with this fun hands-on activity. This activity can be adapted to fill in the missing numbers on the number line. Great for counting, early math, math activity for preschool, prek, and kindergarten age children