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from The Measured Mom

Free numbers book for kids ages 2-5

Free numbers book for kids - my toddler loves this interactive book about things that go! Great to use alongside a transportation unit.

from I Can Teach My Child!

Animal Cracker Counting and One-to-One Correspondence Practice

Throw in a little learning with your snack!

from Miss Kindergarten

Teaching Numbers

Miss Kindergarten: Teaching Numbers--perfect for struggling first graders second semester!!!

from Teaching Mama

Number Formation Rhymes

I’m excited to share with you my Number Formation Rhymes ! I’ve been teaching my little ones how to write numbers and wanted some rhymes to help them remember the formations. I found these rhymes and decided to make my own posters for our school room. These rhymes are a great way for little ones …

from Hojo's Teaching Adventures

Teaching Place Value {Great Ideas, FREEBIES, and More

AWESOME IDEA!!!Visual representations for place value - could easily adapt for younger students with smaller numbers.

from Homeschooling Mom 4 Two

Fun with Numbers and Fruit Loops!

Practicing numbers couldn't be more fun than when you're playing with glue and Fruit Loops! When teaching little kids you always need to find fun new ways to keep their interest. Gluing things to paper is high on the list in our house! All we needed was construction paper white glue and colorful Fruit Loops. I wrote the numbers on the paper with the glue and Annika went to town placing the cereal on the glue.

from One Beautiful Home

Preschool Math - All About Numbers

Preschool Math- All About Numbers! These interactive worksheets take an in-depth look at numbers 1 -10 in a fun and inviting way!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Addition with Regrouping {Anchor Chart}

Addition with Regrouping {Anchor Chart} There's a fun and catchy rhyme on the chart... click on the item to see it larger... great chart from Melanie Redden. $1.00

from The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide

Learning to Write the Alphabet with Cotton Swab Painting

Teaching children to write letters and numbers does not always require a pencil or other writing tool. We use paint and paint brushes for a fun alternative to learning to write! Even my second child who is a bit more resistant to try out learning activities was interested in this activity because it involves painting-her …