Number Dot Cards: You can use these a few ways, simply count the dots and say the number, use a fun manipulative like mini-clothespins or pom-poms. You can also use dry-erase marker to trace the numbers.
Jar of Buttons -- oh dear! Two of my favorite things . buttons and mason jars!
Bremer's Kindergarten: counting activities GREAT way to use magnet numbers!
What a fun game! Make two dice: one with numbers, and one with colors. Roll the dice, then use dot stamps to make that number of dots in that color on your paper. :} Then, I'd add counting the number of each color of dots to the end of the game.
Print the cards. Have the children identify the number and put the corresponding number of "pasta snowflakes" on each card from Making Learning Fun , , , may try with honeycomb cereal to double up snack and math time!
An Inside Look at ADHD Infographic. Children with type 2 ADHD often exhibit a number of strengths, including an eagerness to try new things and a hard working spirit. Take a look at this Philadelphia children’s behavior info graphic .
Play and Learn with Dana: 10 Number Sheets
Educational Science Videos for Kids.Teach your child all about Personal Hygiene with this Interactive Learning Video for Kids.
Candy Corn Counting
Candy Corn/Indian Corn Counting for the fall! maybe use real corn kernels instead so kiddos are not as temped to nibble on the candy!
Block Puzzles Busy Bag Days of Busy Bags & Quiet Time Activities using blocks from Dollar Tree