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# Number to Quantity

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Counting Activity

### Chasing Cheerios: A Fun Math Activity

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Fine Motor Counting stars or dots on a paper plat plus clothes pins with numbers.

Bean Counting Busy Bag - More Like Home

### MoreLikeHome.net - Bean Counting Busy Bag

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Use on prom board. Kids take turns making one color trains of that number. Coach's Corner: Composing and Decomposing Numbers: Cube Trains. Learning the combinations for numbers through 10 is an essential Kindergarten skill. Read more and grab a FREEBIE!

Octopus math

### Crayon Freckles: octopus math file folder game

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Counting game: students put the correct number of objects to correspond with each number. (great fine motor builder!)

### Mrs. Karen's Preschool Ideas: Counting Game

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Apple pie counting activity

### From The Hive: Apple day -my favorite

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Great manipulative for teaching numbers, one to one correspondence as well as motor skills

Duplo Counting & Tower Matching

### Duplo Blocks Counting & Tower Matching Busy Bag - All Our Days

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Counting/ number recognition

counting

### 1+1+1=1's School Tools: Counting

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What a fun game! Make two dice: one with numbers, and one with colors. Roll the dice, then use dot stamps to make that number of dots in that color on your paper. :}

Dental Health Unit from Kinder Hive

### Dental Health Unit at kinderhive.net

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Dental Health Unit from Kinder Hive

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Freebies

roll dice add pompoms to decorate a tree game

Number sense

### Counting Coconuts

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numbers

### Room Mom 101: Easter Egg Matching Activity

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Count with the Count was a quick little display board I whipped up with not much more than wrapping paper and stickers. Kids could count the various shapes and look under the flap to see the answer. (I think this would also be great in a kindergarten classroom!)

math activity