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Estimating, counting, and drawing with the help of a cup full of cheerios in preschool!
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5 simple games for teaching number recognition to preschoolers
Leasrn all about matching and even a little sorting with this ornament color match activity.
Simple and educational puzzles that promote letter and number recognition.
Frogs are fun to catch but they are also fun to learn math with. Although we used them to subtract you can tailor this activity to any level of math ability.
Channel your inner Picasso while making this spider kids craft , then switch on your math hat for this bug math game.
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A review of Hooray for Bread by Allan Ahlberg and Bruce Ingman, plus two edible books made out of bread, and a great playlist of bread themed songs.
Lining up colored craft sticks was one of our favorite activities during our study of lines in preschool.
Learning about the sound of the letter L was a fun experience as we played games on lines taped to the carpet and traced lines on the light table.
The sticky table is one of my favorite ways to add a little fun to our classroom day and today, the children extended their study of the growth of a seed to flower using the sticky table...Read more...
Students at Computer Explorers have fun, get ahead in science, technology, engineering and math education...