I love these cute Fall themed playdough mats. Not only are they fun for my child, but they also teach him how to identify numbers and counting. I love the fact that they are free, and all you have to do is print them out. It's definitely something I am going to do with my child! I love these printables! - The Budget Mom #fallthemed #playdoughmats
Help kids who are learning the alphabet work on letter formation with a simple DIY salt tray. Increase their excitement and sensory input with these creative ideas for materials and mix-ins. Salt trays are a great fine motor activity and a low-stress way to work on writing letters...even for kids with low fine-motor skills. Here are tons of ideas for products and materials to use to make fun writing activities for your preschool and pre-k classroom #preschool #alphabetactivities #finemotor
Organize all of your math manipulatives and math supplies with these clear, colorful labels. Help students access math supplies independently during your guided math centers, or center rotations. Having your supplies clearly labeled and organized is a great classroom management strategy!
These easy to prepare full-color number mats, 0-20, with an ocean theme, are designed to develop skills in number recognition, number formation, counting quantities, and cardinality. They are perfect for use as either an intervention or resource activity or as an independent math center. The numbers have green, yellow, and red dots along with arrows to guide correct formation. $ PreK-K