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Create a DIY abacus using craft sticks, beads and toothpicks.  Brilliant way to help kids count.

Homemade abacuses: I would do these a little differently. I'd do them in base 10 beads on each level to practice ones, tens, and hundredths place values.

Can't wait to use these to assess number sense

Love this! We can call them number people! We could make on each week in small groups starting at We can use the teacher example as a number display in our room.

Cookie Sheet Challenge:  Number Concepts

Cookie Sheet Challenge Volume Number Order, Number Concepts - Make Take & Teach

adorable game made from a cardboard tube - just throw the dice   and see who grows the tallest!

El Hada de Papel shares this adorable game made from a cardboard tube - just throw the dice and see who grows the tallest!

100th Day of School. However, for younger children, I would use separate pieces of paper and have children put the color dot in little circles....maybe 5 to begin with.....depends on the development level of the child.

q-tip painting . count by day activity { fine motor work too!} I like this idea for teaching the concept of time. Do 60 instead and count by

"Ten in the Bed" song prop

10 in a Bed from EllieAndAbbie "(This project is really easy. Just use a stiff white envelope for the bed. Then glue felt onto the envelope for the blanket. I got the idea from this book: Kathy Ross Crafts: Numbers)" FOR USE IN BASIC MATH

Sorting, matching and counting with bottle tops! Such an easy upcycled game for preschoolers. Swap the numbers on the lids for dots to encourage counting and number recognition not just matching.

Bottle Top Count and Match Game

**Could also put pictures of animals, family members, transportation, etc to have little ones not ready for numbers enjoy this matching lid game! Sorting, matching and counting with bottle tops! Such an easy homemade game for a preschool classroom!

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