This little math tray is such a fun idea for a variety of ages. The novelty of the ants and the quick set up for teachers and parents make it a great spring math tray idea for anyone. You can set it up and have children complete what you have laid out for them, or …

Ants On A Log Math Tray

This little math tray is such a fun idea for a variety of ages. The novelty of the ants and the quick set up for teachers and parents make it a great spring math tray idea for anyone. You can set it up and have children complete what you have laid out for

ants on a log math tray for kids

Ants On A Log Math Tray

Math skills are important to have for children getting ready to start school. This math tray activity makes learning fun for your preschooler.

Addition Game Math Activity Kindergarten Log Hoppin' Toads - Sea of Knowledge

Addition Game Math Activity Kindergarten Log Hoppin' Toads

Addition game math activity mat with logs and toads. Use a fun game to help children practice their counting and addition skills using this free game.

FREE Number of the Day Printables

FREE Number of the Day Printables

Our Number of the Day Math worksheets are perfect for daily math skills. This set includes thirty number of the day worksheets, each with numerous activities on a single sheet of paper.

free printables greater than less than 590x590 Less than, greater than math activity   using toys!

"Less than, greater than" math activity - using toys

MATHS: free printables greater than less than Less than, greater than math activity using toys!

Use playing cards to explore greater than and less than

Exploring Greater Than and Less Than with Playing Cards

Number Printables

I never ever intended to homeschool. When I got expecting with my very first kid, my plan was to quit my task as a secondary school instructor and stay home with my kids until the youngest began preschool.

Visual Log LawsBy Brittany Bordewyk, as a great response to Prof. Wilson’s visual exponent laws. Did I somehow never post these?

mathhombre: Visual Log LawsBy Brittany Bordewyk, as a great response to Prof. Wilson’s visual exponent laws. Did I somehow never post these?

Pinterest
Search