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Use found natural items as nature's stampers to make fun impressions in play dough.

Nature's Stampers: Making impressions in play dough - Danya Banya

Different kinds of homemade rekenreks. Differentiation Station Creations

ten frame book

Number book for students--emergent reader free

Muffin Tin labels 1-12. Use with pumpkin seeds and tongs or Halloween erasers. Any manipulative will do!

{FREE} Pumpkin Muffin Tin Labels Numbers 1-12


A Place Called Kindergarten: sort it out

Use playdough for pretend kabobs! Kids can learn about patterns, work on fine motor skills, and have fun pretending to cook!

Number games are a fun way to help kindergarteners practice counting and reinforce numeral and quantity learning.

Kindergarten Number 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.

Tons of Fun: Dot Marker Counting

Symmetry and Pattern making with natural materials

Fine motor fun with spots, spirals & other patterns

For the love of Pinterest - Stimulating Learning

Why do we teach patterns? Teaching shapes and patterns in a hands-on way | An Everyday Story

Pattern activities for kids in preschool through first grade - with links to free pattern printables

Pattern task card

Rowdy in Room 300: Patterns

number anchor chart

The Kinder Cupboard: Teaching Numbers 1 to 5

Patterning provocation - Can you make a pattern?

Thinking and Learning in Room 122

Straws, shoelaces and fine motor skills in children. Create patterns while practicing fine-motor skills

Drinking Straws, Shoelaces and Fine Motor Skills | krokotak

Printable pattern cards for preschool and kindergarten: Trucks! - the measured mom

truck patterns - The Measured Mom

Counting and patterning with play dough, beads and spaghetti from @Anna @ The Imagination Tree .

Halloween Flip Book: Counting 1-10 $

Mrs Jump's class: How to make a Rekenrek. Such a great tool for students to learn about number patterns and relationships!

Mrs Jump's class: How to make a Rekenrek

A Place Called Kindergarten: several sorting ideas but especially love the large shape sorts and color sorts for beginning of year review

A Place Called Kindergarten: sort it out

Little Minds at Work: Number Sense Routines Book Study: Chapter One

  • Loralee Landers Druart
    Loralee Landers Druart

    One of the best books ever for Math Workshops!

Math, vocab

Telling time & writing...I need to learn to tell time so I can....

Crayon Bits - a first grade blog: Telling Time

Feel Clock: Students loved this app. You can set the time on the hands, hide the digital time, show the digital time, or play a "set the time" game.

Feel Clock on the App Store on iTunes