Erica Stolan I think this would make a great math center for like kindergarten or first grade. It not only involves math and counting but if the teachers uses the tweezers as well it can help students develop there dexterity and motor skills.
Connect Links Addition Task Cards are a fun, hands-on way for children to practice adding. Connecting the math links together is a great way for children to visually see addition, develop their fine motor skills, and work on their hand and eye coordinatio
Are your math manipulatives gathering dust, sitting on a shelf? Do you want to be able to engage your students in fun, meaningful activiti.
Kindergarten Kids LOVE Math Riddles!
Kindergarten Kids LOVE Math Riddles! Hello Teaching Friends! Even the wiggliest kindergartener will be all ears for these math riddles! Your little math learners will love to solve these riddle cards - and you'll love to watch their number sense grow! These riddles are great for number talks and practicing math vocabulary and are also a super easy way to model identifying key details making inferences and drawing conclusions! Enjoy using this sample set of eight riddle cards! Happy…
How to set up your math center in your preschool, pre-k, & kindergarten classroom.
Pin This activity is a great way for students in kindergarten to learn how to count, recognize, and create numbers. this is an opportunity for students to use manipulatives, real numbers, and pictures for the ultimate learning experience.