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Lima beans spray painted brown with paint pen features and feathers glued to the back make these owl counters fun to use for a variety of math and learning activities.

Insect Lima bean math counters. I could find any insect counters for my preschoolers, so I bought a bag of Lima beans and got out my sharpies and ta da! We used them for counting and sorting. The kids loved them.

Beyond Traditional Mathfrom Beyond Traditional Math

Pre-Algebraic Thinking for Elementary Students

This is a fun first-day activity... children will love discovering these fun facts about their teacher (or their classmates).

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Watermelon Activities

Watermelon "Squish Bag" Math (from Fantastic Fun & Learning)

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Stamping with Dice

Dice stamping... a fun way to make math sentences.

I Can Teach My Child!from I Can Teach My Child!

Hide-and-Seek Alphabet Puzzle

Alphabet Puzzle ~ So much more fun when the pieces are hidden in a tub of beans!

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How to Color Beans for Play and Art

Great sensory play for little ones! How to Color Beans for Play and Art from Fun at Home with Kids

No Time For Flash Cardsfrom No Time For Flash Cards

Water Balloon Game { Learning After School

fun idea for reviewing math facts this summer with water balloons. repinned by Charlotte's Clips

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Rubber Duck Math Game to go with Ten Little Rubber Ducks

Ten Little Rubber Ducks Book Activity~Rubber Duck Math from Fantastic Fun and Learning

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Lock & Key - Math Activity

Fun math activity that lets kids self check their answers with a locks and keys.

These Christmas Math Color-by-Number activities are the perfect way to review key math skills this month! As one teacher said, "My students loved the Halloween version of these activities! I used them as a "Fun Friday" math activity, and they had a blast!" Available for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade.