Math Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten

Playful Learning Activities for Early Math in Preschool and Kindergarten


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Math Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten

Math Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten

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Printable Games, Graphs, and Activities for Teaching Greater Than, Less Than, and Equal To in #preschool and #kindergarten - #math #kidsmath

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Creating DOMINOES: Early Math for Preschool. Games, Template, and Activity Suggestions including the DOMINO TRAIN

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SHAPES! A STEM Building Challenge for Kids!

SHAPES! A STEM Building Challenge for Kids!

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Christmas in JULY Math Activities for Preschool

MEGA Christmas in JULY Thematic Activities for Preschool! • The Preschool Toolbox Blog

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Sticker Counting Sticks in Preschool 010

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Hands-on learning activities for kindergarten math: Writing and Representing Numbers 0-20

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3D Shapes I Know (solid shapes song- including sphere, cylinder, cube, cone)

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Counting Hands Craft for Early Math in Preschool!

Counting Hands Craft for Early Math in Preschool!

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Gather some rocks, sticks, and leaves and come play to learn with us this SPRING! Part One in the nature series on playful learning with ROCKS in preschool!

Playing to Learn with ROCKS in Preschool! • The Preschool Toolbox Blog

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Learning to count 1- 10 and number recognition (preschool or kindergarten)

Counting and Number Recognition

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number anchor chart (preschool or kindergarten)

The Kinder Cupboard: Teaching Numbers 1 to 5

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Counting Hands - Bean-filled gloves for addition practice ! (math activity)

Counting Hands- Math Activity

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AMSTI Kindergarten Style: Ten frames Great idea for reinforcing shape recognition. Might add a piece of yarn or chenille sticks to make a circle.

AMSTI Kindergarten Style: Ten frames

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Graphing Shapes (preschool or kindergarten)

Graphing Shapes | Imprints From Tricia

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Magnetic Number Fun from Rachel (",) (preschool or kindergarten)

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From: I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here! Sorting sticks from longest to shortest. Good outdoor group activity for preschoolers that can be left for individual students to return to time and again. (preschool or kindergarten)

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Print out pumpkin pies with numbers on them. Use an empty Cool Whip container. Children can use grippers to count the appropriate dollops of whip cream (cotton balls) onto the numbered pies. (preschool or kindergarten)

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This candy math activity is a great way for kids to practice number recognition and counting with edible manipulatives. (preschool or kindergarten)

M&M Candy Math Activity for Valentine's Day

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Geometric Shapes Activity STEM Math Idea for Kids

Geometric Shapes Activity STEM Ideas for Kids

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Non-Standard Measurement: How to Make Bean Rulers and Rainbow Rulers (preschool or kindergarten)

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Practice counting to 5 with your preschooler using this hands-on math busy bag.

Rainbow Counting to 5 Busy Bag

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Snowy Mountain Winter Math Activity. Early math game to practice counting and 1:1 correspondence while developing large motor skills.

Snowy Mountain Winter Math Activity - Mom Inspired Life

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An early learning counting resource - with large numbers and colorful pictures. (preschool or kindergarten)

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The Activity Mom: Number Towers...what an easy number recognition and ordering activity!!!

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Playdough measuring activity. This activity was designed for a preschooler, but I love the idea for introducing measurement to the inch or half inch and letting students measure indpendently.

Introduction to a Ruler « Shannon's Tot School

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