You can use any shape. It doesn't have to be a bunny. Just trace a shape or cookie cutter. This would be cute for any holiday, just use an appropriate cookie cutter to trace and cut out the shape, then whatever yarn works best for that holiday!
Students will use repetition of a single unit to measure something larger than the unit, for instance, measuring the length of a room with a single meter stick, but using multiple ways of doing it.
Roll and Solve Math Facts! Roll the dice and solve a math fact in the column! What a FUN and fast way to practice a lot of math facts! by Elizabeth Milligan #learnmathfacts #mathhacks #mathpracticegames #learnmathfast
Another pinner: Measurement -- Longer/Shorter. Easy for my five year old but good practice for her to work independently. Was surprised my two year old sorted and match the lines on her own the way they are in the picture. Super easy to put together.
Measurement: Students place wiggly worms in order according to length. Pre-cut strips of green construction paper in various lengths and have the children pick a piece. They cut out and decorate their worms any way they want.