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Counting Numbers Matching Game Using Plastic Easter Eggs. *When making this activity, make sure to not let the eggs match up in colors! Separate all the eggs first, put them back together with a non-matching color and then write on the eggs.

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Number Sense Craftivity - Students trace their hands, cut out & glue down onto paper, except for the fingers! Kids will love this because they will be using their paper fingers to count.

Such a good idea: phonics. Why didn't I ever think of this? Love this.

Plastic Egg Word Families - for teaching rhyme and word beginnings/endings. They just spin one side of the egg for different words. Hayden would love it!

Ghost Bead Count and Lace ... for math and fine motor.

Ghost Bead Count and Lace . for math and fine motor. I might change the ghosts - But I like the idea!

Perfect for a kindergarten center or small group instruction activity.  Use on a cookie sheet!  Free sample templates

The Cookie Sheet Challenge

Must do this for our class--The Cookie Sheet Challenge! Using an old cookie sheet and some dollar store magnetic letters. Site has printable templates for you to use.

1 to 1 correspondence worksheets | Wikki Stix Kites for One-to-One Correspondence

Math Games for Preschool and Kindergarten: Greater Than, Tally Mark Rhyme, and More!

From The Hive: dental health

My Delicious Ambiguity: Tot Tuesday Mini marshmallows for teeth. Roll the die to see if you can fill your mouth with teeth first. Could also use to subtract teeth. Who can hang onto his teeth the longest?

Cute Math center idea. Would make them half-size. Two to a page.

Clothing study: Children count the (colored) dots on the sweater then find the correct number on the pants. It promotes math and matching.