Pipe cleaners cut short with a number taped to the end. Have the kids feed the same number of pony beads onto the pipe cleaners. GREAT for one-to-one correspondence and fine motor skills!
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Pipe cleaners cut short with a number taped to the end. Have the kids feed the same number of pony beads onto the pipe cleaners. GREAT for one-to-one correspondence and fine motor skills! Will put in a math center.
Math Center--Pipe cleaners cut short with a number taped to the end. Have the kids feed the same number of pony beads onto the pipe cleaners.
Pipe cleaners and numbers; counting activity
"Homeschool" Math Idea
math number sense
Work on number recognition, counting, and hand strength with this simple activity for kids using paint chips and a paper punch
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Beginning, developing, mastering, maths, fine motor skills, concentrating, counting, one to one correspondence Work on number recognition, counting, and hand strength with this simple activity for kids using paint chips and a paper punch
Preschool Math Games and Activities- we could get these paint cards from a home improvement store for free. they can build fine motor skills through punching, while practicing counting; number recognition
Work on numeracy, number recognition, counting, and hand strength with this simple activity for kids using paint chips and a paper punch
Work on number recognition, counting, and hand strength with this simple activity for kids using paint chips and a paper punch; could also have them put small stickers on it- fine motor control!
Work on number recognition, counting, and hand strength with this simple activity for kids using paint chips and a paper punch. Good for fine motor too!
Work on number recognition, counting, and hand strength with this simple activity for kids using paint chips and a paper punch, or skip the paint chip and use scraps of construction paper.
Paint Chip Number Punch: Work on number recognition, counting, and hand strength with this simple activity for kids using paint chips and a paper punch #Learn #Maths
18 Fine Motor Activities for Preschoolers
Fine motor activity (i can probably modify this for the older ones by having simple addition/subtraction problems where the answers are the number of beads to thread)
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A Fine Motor Activity for Preschoolers. Stringing beads onto pipe cleaners. they could count, color match and build fine motor skills.
Fine motor activity-beads on pipe cleaners. Visit pinterest.com/arktherapeutic for more #finemotor therapy ideas - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our ped therapy, school & special ed pins
Fine motor activity-beads on pipe cleaners. Visit pinterest.com/arktherapeutic for more #finemotor therapy ideas
Pony beads on a pipe cleaner COUNTING! 18 Fine Motor Activities for Preschoolers
18 Fine Motor Activities for Preschoolers: pipe cleaners and pony beads
Counting Beads on Pipe cleaners - preschool math activity
pony beads and pipe cleaners Fine motor activity
Preschool fine motor activity ideas
sequencing number puzzles - would do with some numbers missing as well
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1-2-3 Come Make An Apple Puzzle With Me! A quick, easy and fun way to get your kiddo’s sequencing numbers is via a number puzzle, which is also great...
Counting Activity with cards
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Math tub ideas - so many great ideas to use with Common Core. Great for one-to-one correspondance
Math tub ideas - so many great ideas to use with Common Core # Pinterest++ for iPad #
Math: Number identification and counting using playing cards.
Lots of math tub ideas one to one correspondence math
kinder maths trays...
great math idea site!
easy math centers
Math station idea
Maths game ideas
A-Z Clothespin MatchUp: Write uppercase or lowercase letters on the ends of mini-clothespins (I got mine from the craft section of Wal-mart), then clip them on to the appropriate spots on the game disks! This is a fun game, and my daughter loves the little clothespins so it was a wonderful addition to our review games.
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Alphabet Match up with clothes pins ! Im excited, I have been using this new product I saw on Pinterest. I am already 25 pounds lighter! Check out the PIN here http://pinterest.com/pin/94153448429898739/
Alphabet Match up with clothes pins @Rachel Richardson and @Heather Douglas these would be great for your Pre-K kids!!
Clothes pin Alphabet Matching Disk Game via confessionsofahomeschooler.com
Alphabet match up- I just bought a bunch of these little clothes pins!
clothes pin alphabet match up printabel
alphabet clothespin match up
Clothespin Alphabet Match Up
ABC clothespin matching
Early Maths with The 3 Bears. Fun Counting and Grouping Activity
DIY Number Cards from Dot Stickers. Fun, cute and easy. Make yourself or have your kids make them - cute blog post
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DIY Number Cards from Dot Stickers. #toddlers #preschoolers #DIY #stickers #numbers #learning #fun #playtime
DIY Number Cards from Dot Stickers. we did a modified version, where i gave K a small card with a number on it. she put the appropriate number of smily face stickers on the card to match. she loved it and has done this activity more than once at 3 1/2.
DIY Number Cards from Dot Stickers. Fun, cute and easy. Make yourself or have your child make them. A great way to teach about counting and colors!
DIY Number Cards from Dot Stickers. Fun, cute, and easy. Make yourself or have your child make them.
So easy to do for number recognition. DIY Number Cards from Dot Stickers. Fun, cute and easy.
DIY number cards from dot stickers. Make yourself or have your kids make them.
DIY Number Cards, Sticker Number Cards | Learn with Play at Home
math number cards
Early Maths with The 3 Bears. Fun Counting and Grouping Activity
Color and number matching game for beginning of the year. Helps with subitizing and number recognition.
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Preschool number and color review match game. www.theunlikelyhomeschool.com Paint chips & clothe pins
match the paint sample dot numbers with the corresponding colored clothes pin
Math - number matching game.
Glad you joined me today for more "Adventures" of Greased Lightening. If you have a little toddler at home, I hope that these three little tot school happenings will inspire some creative play in your neck of the woods. First up, was a quick little matching game I had whipped up last week using an assortment of primary-colored paint chip samples and clothes pins. I wanted to make a simple game that both he and Blonde Warrior could play. Obviously, Blonde Warrior...being a year older and having a more structured preschool time...needed something a little more challenging than his younger brother. To play the game, Greased Lightening had to match the paint sample with the corresponding colored clothes pin. When Blonde Warrior played it later that same day, he matched up both the color and the number. Sweetie Pea was kind enough to lend out her piggy bank along with its contents for this next little "to do." While the big kids were busy with their math assignments, Greased Lightening completed his own math "lesson" by putting change in the piggy bank...again and AGAIN! He couldn't get enough of it. Which was fine with me because the fine motor skills necessary to put a coin in a small slot are the same ones needed to learn to write...someday. This made for good practice in coordination and helped to build up his handwriting muscles. Tinker toys are always a tot favorite around here. As I had mentioned a few weeks ago, anytime we have a large assortment of similar toys, I break them down into a smaller pail for Greased Lightening. Otherwise, he gets overwhelmed and doesn't quite know what to do with himself. Plus, since the school table is usually covered with books and projects, a smaller amount is much more space appropriate. What has your tot been up to this week? Do you have any "go to" tot ideas? I'd love to hear them! More tot friendly ideas. Featured at the Hip Homeschool Hop
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For teaching numbers IF you have a kid that's into this!
counting- small group or math center
Little Hands, Big Work: Small Group
Such great preschool ideas
alphabet and letter ideas
Helps of kids activities
teaching number amounts
Small group is what we called it when I was a teacher. It was the time where we would split the kids into two groups and would do a teacher led activity together. I recently started doing a little pre-school program in my home and we have 26 days to fill this Summer so I couldn't resist doing a letter of the day! Our letter A small group was stickers and a letter Aa sheet to stick them on. Letter B was blue play dough with letter B cutters(bunny, bone, bear, bell, ext.) C was Colors! We mixed colored water and then put the glasses in rainbow order! The kids LOVED this! D was counting Dogs and then Dinosaurs with our counting mats. For the Letter E I filled a cookie sheet with letter E things and then covered it with a cloth. I would take away one thing and the kids would guess what I took away. We will do this again because it was very challenging for them! Oh and we named the little boy Ed and the wood box was Empty:) I'm not a big letter theme crafty person but the children have been loving the letter of the day! Caden has been talking about the letters of the day non stop and he's know all of his letters for over a year and a half! I'll post more small groups in a week or so:)
This is a cute matching game so students can recognize the difference between upper case and lower case letters. This aligns with the Common Core Language Arts standard K.RFS.1 Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print. d. Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
Great, fun matching game
Abc, Ice Cream
Matching upper and lower case letters...did this out of 'foam' ice cream cones from Hobby Lobby. Looks like this would make a great file folder game.
Ice Cream Cone letter game. Match upper-case w/ lower-case.
Thanks to Ronald Reagon, July is National Ice Cream Month and we're celebrating all week long with ice cream crafts and activities. Today I whipped up this simple matching game for A as we continue to work on her ABC's. I google-imaged "cone" and "ice cream cone scoop" and found this great cone graphic as well as a template for a scoop. I printed off a bunch of the cones and cut them out, writing a lower case letter on each one. For the scoops, I used Photoshop to fill in each one with a fun pattern. (Squidfingers.com has some fabulous patterns for free.) You could always just use the template to trace and cut out of scrapbook paper, though. Eventually I'm hoping A will be able to match the upper and lowercase letters, but until then this is working great for letter recognition. She might just know all her letters by the time preschool starts!
Hands-on Math centers for the beginning of the year
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#HandsOn #Math #centers #Counting #Towers #Math #education #preschool #kindergarten #firstgrade #teachers http://www.kindergartensmarts.com/2014/08/literacy-centers-that-are-engaging-and.html
Kindergarten Smarts: Hands-on Literacy and Math centers for the beginning of the year - Lots of good center ideas!
Counting towers: building towers of unifix cubes - Kindergarten Smarts: Hands-on Literacy and Math centers for the beginning of the year
Easy counting towers. Laminate the mats and you can easily switch the numbers by wiping clean and writing with a Vis-a-vis.
Hands-on Math centers for the beginning of the year -- going to make a few of these for my first graders with no number sense
This pin includes a variety of hands-on literacy and math centers; however, I am focusing on the Counting Towers activity. For this task, students stack unifix cubes to form towers. They create a tower of 4 cubes on top of the car labeled 4, a tower of 8 cubes on the car labeled 8, and so on. This can be done individually or in groups.
Hands-on Math centers for the beginning of the year. http://www.janetcampbell.ca/
This pin has good ideas for kindergarten math centers.
Hands on counting game for children
Preschool Math with Beads
A super simple "number correspondence" tool to help preschool kids learn math with beads. Think I will incorporate this into. 'Quiet book' for Molly with ribbons instead of pipe cleaners as well
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preschool math with beads - Great activities for number recognition, counting, and fine motor skills
Preschool math. Use pipe cleaners and beads to count. Match the number of beads to the corresponding number on top. If desired, you can also sort your beads to match the color of the pipe cleaner. An added bonus, children can work on fine motor skills while doing this activity! :)
Preschool Math with Beads - math skills and fine motor skills rolled into one!
DIY math manipulative perfect for preschool or kindergarten kids
cool Preschool Math Activities Interest Center
pre-school math with beads
preschool number activity
Learning numbers 1-10
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Preschool math activities - lots of good ideas to work on number recognition
Helpful activities to learn number recognition, counting, and writing
counting, number recognition, one to one correspondence
Teaching Counting & Number Recognition with Pom Poms
great ideas for math centers to build number sense!
Tons of preschool printables: learning numbers
Preschool number, shapes and colors review
preschool math idea - use tongs to place
great homeschooling/preschool activities
Counting with beads & pipe-cleaners (",)
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Counting with beads. Such a simple center idea! You can even modify it for counting by 2's, 3s, etc. giving each bead a different value to try and see how many you'd need for each!
Counting with Beads + Free Printable Numbers #math http://www.teaching-tiny-tots.com/numbers.html addiiton or subtraction too
Counting with Beads + Free Printable Numbers #math http://www.teaching tiny-tots.com/numbers.html On back side of number draw a quick shalagram face. How many gopa dots does he have over his eyebrows? ( same amount as number on the other side. ) draw the face -circle, eyes, tiluk, mouth- with a black pen, and gopa dots with a bright different coloured pen for clear contrast.
Counting with Beads + Free Printable Numbers #math http://www.teaching-tiny-tots.com/numbers.html This activity is DAP and is appropriate for ages 5 to 7. A.1 Counting review 0-10
Counting with Beads + Free Printable Numbers #math http://www.teaching-tiny-tots.com/numbers.html
A fun way for kids to practice counting skills! @Katie Schmeltzer Chunko @Mandy Bryant jickling
A fun way for kids to practice counting skills! With straws or pipe cleaners and beads
Counting with Beads + Free Printable Numbers #math www.teaching-tiny...
counting with beads-counting on
Spring Counting Kites: Counting Corresponding Numbers of Objects #math #preschool #kindergarten
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Stringing beads onto kites in this simple math game is good for counting and fine motor skills. This would also make a great learning center or table time activity. #preschool #homeschooling
Counting Kites: Counting Corresponding Numbers of Objects, plus works on Fine Motor development too: For younger students, use large beads
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Counting Kites: Counting Corresponding Numbers of Objects, plus works on Fine Motor development too
Simple math game that is great for fine motor skills
fine motor preschool math activity
Cute for counting...
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Objective: Students will practice number recognition and counting. I would use this as a center activity when we are practicing letter I for Ice Cream. This will be good for recognizing the number as well as counting out the correct number of toppings that correspond with the ice cream cone.
Pre K - Math Center. (This blog offers SO many cute ideas for Pre-K Math Centers!)-Could use a tree instead of a ice cream cone if it's winter
Pre K - Math Center. (This blog offers SO many cute ideas for Pre-K Math Centers!)
So cute! Centers idea with small pom poms and numbered ice cream cone cards.
i si for ice cream, math idea, add pom poms to cones for number recognition
Math center ideas and printable freebies
Pre K - Math Center. #prekmath
Pre K - Math Center ideas
lots of preschool ideas
Great fine motor activity: push different coloured pipe cleaners into styrofoam circles. The children thread on beads of the corresponding colour.
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Beading and colour sorting on to pipe cleaners in polystyrene circles. Great for fine motor skills. From : Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: "I Can" Week in Preschool - Fine Motor Practice & Fun
Beading & Color Sorting Take styrofoam circles (used for floral arrangements, etc) from the dollar store and stick pipe cleaners in them. Then have the kids thread colored beads to the same color pipe cleaner.
Great fine motor activity: push different coloured pipe cleaners into styrofoam circles. The children thread on beads of the corresponding colour. Szorzótáblához különböző nagyságú öntőformákkal a megfelelő mennyiségű pálcával.
Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: "I Can" Week in Preschool - Fine Motor Practice & Fun - great forcenter time
Great fine motor activity: push different coloured pipe cleaners into styrofoam circles. The children thread on beads of the corresponding colour. And then we can fold them into a rainbow.
Beading and Color Sorting | Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: "I Can" Week in Preschool - Fine Motor Practice & Fun
Beading and color sorting on to pipe cleaners in Styrofoam circles. Great for fine motor skills.
Bead sorting on pipe cleaners stuck in styrofoam
Clip the right # of clothes pins onto big number cut outs. Math and fine motor in one activity.
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Clip the right # of clothes pins onto big number cut outs. Math and fine motor skill development in one game.
Math Center--Big numbers and clip on the right # of clothes pins. Math and fine motor in one activity.
Big numbers and clip on the right # of clothes pins. Math/number recognition and fine motor in one activity. Score!
Big numbers and clip on the right # of clothes pins. Math and fine motor in one activity. Score! Math center?
Big numbers and clip on the right # of clothes pins. Math and fine motor in one activity. (would put dots, too, for one to one correspondence)
Numbers & Clothespins #numbers #finemotor
Jumbo numbers and clothes pin activity
Good preschool number games
Spring math and literacy NO PREP printables pack! 48 pages of Spring themed printables for your kindergarten classroom. Lots of great skills covered, such as counting, addition, subtraction, sight words, sentence writing, cvc words, syllables, place value and much more! My students love these fun no prep activities!
Texture Sequencing Sticks - color, texture and quantities matched to digits. Lots of simultaneous learning happening. When students make these for themselves you add fine motor. I would let them keep the sticks in a pencil box at their desk and help them learn to count objects and match the spoken number word to the symbolic digit - so difficult for some of my kiddos.
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Textured sticks. Make a center out of this idea by putting out pre-numbered sticks and a variety of items for children to glue on (or, have them glue on, count and then number.)
Homemade sensory sticks using jumbo craft sticks and textured materials (feathers, velcro, buttons, poms, etc.)
http://preschoolteacher81.blogspot.com/2011/09/texture-sequencing-sticks.html Simple Math Activity
great idea - texture sequencing sticks to use in 5 senses unit
Cachey Mama's World of Learning: Texture Sequencing Sticks
Cachey Mama's Classroom: Texture Sequencing Sticks
5 senses! Texture Sequencing Sticks
Textured sticks & counting sticks!
Textured sequencing sticks.
Fine Motor Skills Activities
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Motor Development-Lots of ideas for Fine Motor Skills. Great ways to entertain on a rainy afternoon or keep young ones learning while you are working with older kids
Fine Motor skills- turn bath tub decorations with suction cups into a fine motor activity. Add tweezers and beads.- great sorting activity as well
Fine Motor Skill activities ~ tweezers/beads/suction cups, water dropper/suction cups, clothespins, paper clips, etc
These Fine Motor Skills activities will help develop your child's pencil grip and handwriting skills. These activities build the small muscles in the hands.
Activities for developing fine motor skills, mostly for Bethany, but some would probably work for Olivia by summer.
title_finemotor :Ideas for improving fine motor skills in Pre-K/ Preschool children.
Fine Motor Skills. Great simple activities to add to fine motor center.
cute ideas for developing fine motor skills
Fine Motor Skills — PreKinders
Math- Interactive way for children to begin to understand their numbers (both written and quantity) and practice one to one correspondence. Children have the chance to use the same colour for each number or a variety of colours. Can increase the numbers once children have mastered 1-5.