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  • Child Care Aware of Eastern Kansas

    From Growing in Pre K - Math Center: Preschool printable activity sheets.

  • Ms. Mely

    Puzzle numbers!! Great for PreK this site also has great ideas and printables for learning numbers.

  • Amanda Martin

    Number activities I think this is a good idea to teach the kids number placement and for the younger kids to be able to learn the order of numbers. You can mix all the pieces up and they have to put them together in order.

  • Shelley Burgess

    Growing in Pre K - Math Center. Looks like a good idea. I heard a wonderful talk the other day, about dyscalculia, from someone called Steven Chinn. Very inspiring. Some kids stop learning math as early as 6 or 7 - if they stop understanding the concepts, they stop learning - simple.

  • Whitney Broussard

    Lots of preschool math ideas!

  • Deanna Mitchell

    Preschool printables! Cute math activities for the little guys.

  • Randi

    Preschool printables. By number fire truck pic

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