Fill It Up, use ice cube tray or egg carton, give them objects that have matches, put all in baggie
towers up! Really a cute and easy game! I think this could be a really great home connection for the newsletter. Most of the kids have something they can stack at home. And if you made a game board and then copied it with the directions it would be fun. Or a check out back pack?
Explore important concepts using color cubes at different levels of difficulty to develop skills in pattern recognition, visual perception, spatial relationships, logical reasoning, geometry and computation.
These apple counting booklets are another seasonal math work that I've added to my math shelf this week. I made the booklets using a master worksheet that I printed from Kidssoup (a membership only website.
staircase game for math tubs. Roll die, make a cube train that matches and stick on the corresponding 'step' on WS. If you roll the same number again, you lose your turn. First player to complete the staircase wins!