Ice Cream Cone Pom Pom Counting ... fun for a math centers and fine motor development.

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

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.

Apple math game for preschoolers - use it to practice counting and number correspondence

Apple math game for preschoolers - use it to practice counting and number correspondence . could put on cookie sheet.

Printable Measuring Length Activity Mats.  Indirect measurement.

Printable Measuring Length Learning Centre Mats

Hands-on activities: Students are able to measure items at their desks using blocks or rulers. They can record their data also. This lesson is one the class can do at the same time.

Apple counting

Good for math center-- must laminate first! These paper apples are some of those teacher die cut sets. The white parts are just white paper circles with seeds drawn on. Great for counting and number recognition.

Kids add the two sides of a domino and then put it on the matching number square. GREAT for seeing all of the combinations to twelve. (Image only)

A Year Full of Kindergarten Lessons for Understanding Addition and Subtraction

Kindergartners add the two sides of a domino and then put it on the matching plywood square. GREAT for seeing all of the combinations to twelve! (image/idea only)

Numicon | Adding resource Numicon is a very powerful way to teach about addition. We're still developing our understanding of 'count count count', this time using the numicon pieces. It gives a very visual representation of the size of numbers and how they combine to give a bigger number. #numicon #adding #maths

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Free Symmetry Circles Printable from A Little Pinch of Perfect

Symmetry Circles Math Activity and Free Printable: The printable included with this activity has a blank circle, 2 section circle, 4 section circle, and an 8 section circle that kids can use small manipulatives to build patterns


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