Snap cubes activities
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Hands-on Summer Math Activity with free printable snap cube pattern cards! Simply print cube worksheets to play and learn!
Brooke Voytoski saved to Kindergarten
Our Snap Cube Shapes focus on shape identification, shape formation, handwriting, and fine motor skills! We love using hands-on materials when we’re learning. Our children stay engaged and having fun! In this activity, they will put the snap cubes together in the same shape on the mat. They will then trace the shapes on the page. About our Snap Cube Shapes This activity is an immediate digital PDF download (it will not be emailed to you). You will need a PDF viewer installed to access this…
Rachel Conrad saved to School
Snap cubes, also known as interlocking cubes, stacking cubes or unifix, are maybe one of the cheapest mathematical resources, but give us so many opportunities to support learning. Snap cubes are widely used at schools and in our houses, so let's have a look at what else we can do with them. #snapcubes #unifix #interlockingcubes
Jill Harris saved to Shelter-in-place
Hands-on Spring Math Activity with free printable snap cube pattern cards! Simply print cube worksheets to play and learn!
paula messer saved to Prk4 ideas
Use hands-on and engaging activities with math manipulatives to reinforce one-to-one correspondence skills, number formation, counting and more!
Aimie Young saved to Education
Kids absolutely love these snap cube number and pattern activity cards! They are such a great idea to use to help teach numbers and patterns, as well as gross motor skills. Snap cubes make an excellent addition to all centers, and are fantastic boredom busters!
Robin Lowengrub saved to Snap cubes
Do your students love snap cubes? Mine do! I like giving them something specific to build. It's a challenge for them!
Grab these super cute free printable snap cube number mats for kindergarten! They are a great way to work on number recognition and counting!
Jessica Nuyen-Stratton saved to preschool
Teaching non-standard measurement to Preschool students allows them to communicate their reasoning and mathematical thinking in a simple, yet fun,
The Moffatt Girls saved to Preschool