Jessica Lylac
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Using the 'Transport Schema' to support numeracy in children. Children counted the quantities in dots to match with each number. And the magic tool? A permanent marker!

Using the 'Transport Schema' to support numeracy in children. Children counted the quantities in dots to match with each number. And the magic tool? A permanent marker!

Matching numbers to quantities

Matching numbers to quantities

Learners in Bloom: Math Games and Activities for Preschoolers    Många olika

L and E are 31 months old. Here is an update on our preschool math curriculum. We're still doing RightStart Math Level A.

Super easy number recognition activity for toddlers. Takes 10 minutes to set up (easy to prep during nap time or while toddler is eating lunch), and can easily toss numbers in ziplock bag and pull out every couple of days to teach number recognition and counting. Also, can be used for color sorting and pattern repetition. Help your toddler learn that math is fun!

Super easy number recognition activity for toddlers. Also, can be used for color sorting and pattern repetition. Help your toddler learn that math is fun!

Use old bottles and pom poms for simple counting and sorting maths games and motor skills fun! With lots of ways to play and learn, these are a great addition to the maths area at home or school.

Instead of numbers write the color word on the bottles. Sort pom-poms by color. Empty each bottle and count the pom-poms. Then record how many pom-poms were in each bottle. Add the two colors together for addition practice.

Maths activity of counting beads on a pipe cleaner. Great for developing number and fine motor skills. Laughing Kids Learn

I think you could also have multiple pipe cleaners coming from one number and students have to show multiple ways to add numbers to get to that number. Counting with pipe cleaners and beads. Great for fine motor development too.

Woodland reading area We used the bookshelf as the trunk and hung cargo netting to create the leaves. We bought a cheap £5 BBQ and used the base for the campfire, I stuck flames shapes to the bottom and added twigs. We bought hessian fabric and created logs and toadstools. Got the rug from Amazon for £10! Children love it!

Woodland reading area We used the bookshelf as the trunk and hung cargo netting to create the leaves. We bought a cheap BBQ and used the base for the campfire, I stuck flames shapes to the bottom and added twigs. We bought hessian fabric and created