Little doors on baby wipes can be reused for numbers, shapes, colours, where is the mouse hiding, etc. Have fun with them.

20 Ways to Teach Kids about Numbers and Letters

Use this for number kanji and put the right amount to blossoms on the tree and in the bento box

What a fun toddler activity!

24 Awesome Ways to Reuse Baby Wipes Containers

good stuff

Storing Magnetic Letters

Imprints From Tricia : Graphing Shapes

Number fish.

Number Portrait

Number Rings (DIY)...will be doing!

Preschool number and color review match game. www.theunlikelyhomeschool.com

Foam Numbers and Bean Counting

Amazing blog! Incredible amount of great ideas for Pre-K

This is a fun activity to build math skills ... hand-eye coordination ... and fine motor skills. Take colored library pockets and glue a number onto the front of each one. Then set out craft sticks and the children have to put the correct number of craft sticks into each library pocket.

Pom pom counting book

abc game with dice. Roll die and read the appropriate row as fast as they can. Later do sounds instead. One all lowercase, one capitals, one mixed. Could do with numbers too!

Connect matching pairs of sight words (or letters, numbers, whatever) with string on the floor.

30+ Fine Motor Activities for Kids and the Sow Sprout Saturday Link-Up!

My latest greatest math tool find. Draw a number line with sharpie on a ziploc slider bag and use the slider as the tool to add or subtract two numbers.

Telephone number sheets. with area code and without.