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Use this with larger numbers for older kids, and numbers that are not consecutive. play dough and craft stick number line; mix up the sticks and have child put them in order, stuck into the play dough

Counting busy bag printable

Counting Caterpillar Busy Bag (Printable Numbers 1-10)

Counting caterpillar with printable numbers cards is a great addition to any busy bag collection. This printable numbers set features number recognition as well as word reinforcement and color matching. Great for toddler fine motor skills too!

Play the Matching Halves Game from Education.com

Play the Matching Halves Game from Education.com

Activities: Play the Matching Halves Game Can make it more complex by making the second one - a different shape in different color. Quick and easy center game. Students can even draw their own half, or use stickers.

Simple and easy math station to set up and use. This is a perfect center to help students practice reading numbers, counting and get valuable fine motor practice.

A fun number and fine motor skill activity for your kids! (I like the idea of using an ice cube tray better - more durable, and less risk of germs.

Another great tactile activity to learn numbers, just add braille numbers to the cards on top.

Preschool Math with Beads

A super simple "number correspondence" tool to help preschool kids learn math with beads. Great for fine motor and math!

Sorting shapes.   - Repinned by Totetude.com

Toddler & Preschool - This shape sorting game is excellent for shape recognition. It can also be done with number, shapes, etc. What a great idea!

A great measurement activity for kids - How Tall am I? A fun hands on measuring activity for first grade!

Pin This activity has students measure their height with yarn. Then they display everyone’s yarn on a poster and they compare them. The students fill out a worksheet using the yarn poster.

alphabet ordering and it works on fine motor!

alphabet ordering using clothes pegs snd a cost hanger - and it works on fine motor skills!

A fun shape learning/recognition activity. Just tape each shape on a table or the floor and then with a bucket of shapes allow the kids to categorize them.

Exploring shapes on the table in preschool

Shapes - A fun shape learning/recognition activity. Just tape each shape on a table or the floor and then with a bucket of shapes allow the kids to categorize them.

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