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Our names are important to us. For many Children, the letters in their names will be the very first ones they learn how to write.
In this post, you will find tips to help children recognize, spell, and eventually write their names. You'll want to give the children in your care many opportunities to see and practice spelling their name. There are so many fun ways to practice this skill!
Preschoolers are busy learning many different basic math concepts, paving the way for more complex number operations later in life.
To keep learning interesting it's important for educators to have a variety of fun materials and activities on-hand. I love supporting early childhood educators by creating new printables and showing fun ways to use them!
This post includes a free printable, along with activity ideas to help your preschooler learn essential math skills.
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I hope you are enjoying your summer!
These counting activities are easy to assemble. Simply print (laminate for durability) and cut out the pieces for play. This set can can easily be transformed into a play dough mat! Rolling play dough balls is a great fine motor activity.
This 13-page set includes the following:
Single Page Counting Mat-Try this one for free!
Counting Cards & 10 Counting Pieces-Try these for free!
Number Word Mat
Counting Mats 1-10
Full sheet of counting pieces
TOS, and Graphics Credit
Directions for the free sample activity: To play children flip over a card, and add the correct amount of "beach ball counters to the 10-frame on the mat.
Preschoolers love seek and find activities!
This Scavenger Hunt activity will keep your preschooler busy while supporting their math and literacy development at the same time.
Build early preschool math skills with this fun feed the bird flip and count game. Download your free copy at the bottom of this post.
Today I'm sharing a fun, low cost, fish bowl math one-to-one correspondence activity you can make for under $3! The Dollar Tree is one of my Favorite places to purchase items for DIY Educational Games, but it's quite possible you already have these items around the house or classroom already.
What can I help you find?