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!

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)

Learning Shapes With Toy Cars activity for preschoolers and toddlers! Simple DIY educational activity

Learning Shapes With Toy Cars

The manipulative for this weeks is small toys. I couldn& resist making a play activity based on Adam& favourite small toy of all time - the toy car! As we have very few shape adventures I decided to create a Learning Shapes With Toy Cars activity.

Learn about shapes using paper plates and yarn. Great preschooler activity for kids and a great way to develop their understanding of various shapes, colours and their properties. Using yarn helps build on fine motor skills. - Laughing Kids Learn

Learn about shapes using paper plates and yarn

Shape activities: shape crafts: Learn about shapes using paper plates and yarn. Great preschooler activity for kids and a great way to develop their understanding of various shapes, colors and their properties. Using yarn helps build on fine motor skills.

Fun way to introduce the concept of addition

DIY Addition Game

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls - students can build their own adding machine

Doubling activity for Funky Fingers table

Great for developing mental maths. Could be adapted to include times tables for Year One continuous provision.

Maths challenge. Who can build the tallest tower by rolling the dice, before the time runs out.

Good for counting out Maths challenge. Who can build the tallest tower by rolling the dice, before the time runs out.

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Fine motor maths activity - counting using pipe cleaners and beads - my kids loved this today! - could use tweezers and beads in jars to strengthen hands for writing

Doubling using glass nuggets and mirrors on the maths table.

Doubling using glass nuggets and mirrors on the maths table. So obvious, yet never thought of it!

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