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  • Kristi-Ann Pinkerton

    Glitter Paint in baggies for tactile learning *numbers, letters, shapes*

  • Cynthia Lewis

    Rhyme Time: Easy Ways to Teach Numbers, Counting & Maths (glitter paint in bags, in prek we also used to do this with sand, salt, flour, hair gel, rice, etc. and we'd use it to practice pre-writing strokes and then #s and letters)

  • Laura Pope

    sand in a ziplock to write numbers. Also lots of resources for teaching preschool math

  • Anathea Draper

    Math Activity I like it w/o the rhyme just as a sensory way to practice writing numbers

  • Beverly Hebeler

    Put some glitter paint into zip lock bags to practice writing numbers or letters. When teaching numbers I find children respond really well if they are able to touch and feel

  • Janesa Evans

    Math Center - Rhyme Time: Easy Ways to Teach Numbers, Counting & Maths

  • Samyyjo Braley

    Math ideas! Fun way to write numbers.

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