This is a game to review contents like addition and subtraction, place value, composing and decomposing numbers, and number recognition, counting. This game can be played with the whole class, or students can play individually.
This material has been designed for children from 2 years old. It contains a wide variety of graphics and activities, specially designed for them. Its purpose is to allow children to develop their psychomotor skills, while having fun learning.
Print and use this material to review its content, decorating your educational environments. You can also use it electronically from any device.
This material is suitable for children from 2 years old. It contains a wide variety of graphics and activities, specially designed for them. Its purpose is to allow children to develop their psychomotor skills, while having fun learning.
Print, cut out, and use these cards to trace the trace. We suggest printing this product on thick paper or cardboard, for better use.
This is a great activity to use at a math center. I dye some pasta using painting (you can also use food coloring), printed and laminated this cards and give each student a pipe cleaner. They have to take one card, look at the AB pattern and make it using the pasta. They absolutely love doing this activity as it is very fun and hands on. It is also great for working fine motor skills!
I use this activity as a math center. It is a very simple and fun hands on way to practice counting up to 12. I gave each students a play dough watermelon and a hand full of black beans as seeds. They have to take a card and put the amount of "seeds" of the card on the watermelon. This was a great way for them to count and help them relate amount- number while having fun and working fine motor skills!
This resource worked really good with my class as a math center. I printed and laminated the little barns and gave each student a little plate with raw spaghetti as hay. They had to take a barn and put the amount of "hay" the number is indicating. It was a very fun hands on activity and they had so much fun counting the hay!
An easy way to introduce addition in your classroom. With this worksheet the students get to count each ball and create the addition. You can have acces to another of this worksheet on this publication. Disclaimer: I downloaded this resource from superteacherworksheets with a paid account.
Today I will share with you an activity that you can make at home and using different objects that you have in there. In this case, I used post it and unifixes, but instead of unifixes you can use fruits, socks, legos, etc.
Concrete material is always a good idea because children can manipulate and that would help them to relate the number with the quantity. This way it will make it easier for them to count and get the result.