Card Games for Early Learners
I have fond memories of sitting around my Grandma's dining room table with all of the grownups, playing a great round of go fish.
Little learners love card games! Not only are they fun, but Preschool aged children can also practice a variety of math concepts with a simple deck of playing cards. Since they feature Kings & Queens, they are also a great addition to your Medieval Fantasy and Fairy Tales Theme! Below, I'm sharing 11 of my favorite card games for your your early learners!
Invitation to build numbers with Popsicle sticks
There are many fun ways for preschoolers to learn number formation! This Invitation to build printable includes Templates for building the numbers 0-20 with craft sticks.
Pom Pom Sensory Bin Bubble Gum Sorting Mats
Combine sensory play with math & literacy for tons of hands-on learning fun! This set of Bubble Gum Sensory Bin Activities are perfect for preschoolers learning a variety of Early Math and Literacy concepts.
Preschoolers love exploring in a sensory bin!
Fill your sensory bin with colorful pom pom " gum balls" and invite your preschooler to engage in these fun activities that support early skill development.
This set of activities can be used for children at various skill levels. Pieces can be mixed and matched for different activities assisting in individualizing learning for your preschoolers. Simply pair the Bubble Gum Pieces with the Mats or Recording Sheets of your choice.
Beehive Preschool Number Sorting Mats
Get minds buzzing with this hands-on Bee Themed math activity for preschoolers and kindergartners.
This sorting activity supports numeracy development as students read the numeral at the base of the hive, then complete the hive by finding the matching written number and quantity of bees!
Fish Bowl Preschool Math Activity
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.
Play Dough Number Mats
Use these counting mats with your favorite playdough recipe, or grab your favorite math counters such as pom poms or mini erasers. This activity helps build both math and fine motor skills as a bonus.
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