Susie Pellington

Susie Pellington

Susie Pellington
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Pipe cleaners & beads

I think you could also have multiple pipe cleaners coming from one number and students have to show multiple ways to add numbers to get to that number. Counting with pipe cleaners and beads. Great for fine motor development too.

Shapes

Shapes

Giant clock from hula hoops

Giant clock from hula hoops

Ciate Glitter Flip✨

Ciate Glitter Flip✨

uitdagende bouwhoek

uitdagende bouwhoek

handprint polar bear

Bring friendly arctic animals into your home with these 16 polar bear crafts for kids! Which polar bear craft will your child try first?

For kids who like cars, trains, etc. You can use the parking lot lines for adding or subtracting or estimating or comparing numbers of different vehicles that will fit in the parking lines (like on a ferry). Older kids could design their own parking lot with tape in a given area to see how many car spaces can fit in their lot.  If you change the design, does it change the number of spaces that fit, remembering to leave room for the cars to drive out of the lot?

Does your kid love toy cars? Use this math game to get them to learning math with their favorite toys! Material: painter's tape, sharpie (marker), and lots of toy cars via What Do We Do All Day