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Toothpick shapes with marshmallows. I love making these with the kids.

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Play dough Math Workstations  are an excellent resource to help students with number recognition 1-10, and shape recognition. Consists in 3 different Workstations:-How many flowers? Students make little play dough balls to match the  numbers.-How many cookies in the cookie jar?

Play dough Math Workstations

Play dough Math Workstations are an excellent resource to help students with number recognition 1-10, and shape recognition. Consists in 3 different Workstations:-How many flowers? Students make little play dough balls to match the numbers.-How many cookies in the cookie jar?

THESE PLAY DOUGH MATS ARE PERFECT TO REINFORCE NUMBERS AND THEIR VALUE AND ALSO TO ENHANCE FINE MOTOR SKILLS. This hands-on fun pack, containing 20 play dough mats, is an ideal resource for kids who are starting to learn their numbers. Children fill the numbers using play dough and then roll the corresponding number of play dough balls to fill in the ten/twenty frame.

Number playdough mats: numbers to 20: ten frame play dough mats

THESE PLAY DOUGH MATS ARE PERFECT TO REINFORCE NUMBERS AND THEIR VALUE AND ALSO TO ENHANCE FINE MOTOR SKILLS. This hands-on fun pack, containing 20 play dough mats, is an ideal resource for kids who are starting to learn their numbers. Children fill the numbers using play dough and then roll the corresponding number of play dough balls to fill in the ten/twenty frame.

Here are some awesome sensory play ideas for your water table that will keep kids busy! Summer is not even in full swing yet, but we are getting a lot of use out of our DIY sand and water table.  I love it because it’s the perfect height for the kids to easily access.  You …

Awesome Water Table Play Ideas

Here are some awesome sensory play ideas for your water table that will keep kids busy! Summer is not even in full swing yet, but we are getting a lot of use out of our DIY sand and water table. I love it because it’s the perfect height for the kids to easily access. You …

These Kindergarten Math Stations are Common Core Aligned. Included are 6 math centers to practice skills such as counting, writing numbers, representing numbers, number sequence, sorting, comparing numbers, written numerals, addition within 10, and addition number stories.The 6 centers are:1) Play Dough Mats for numbers 0-20: Students form the given number with play dough and fill the ten frames with play dough balls to represent the number.2) How Many are There? : A mat is given with many…

Kindergarten Math Centers {Common Core}

These Kindergarten Math Stations are Common Core Aligned. Included are 6 math centers to practice skills such as counting, writing numbers, representing numbers, number sequence, sorting, comparing numbers, written numerals, addition within 10, and addition number stories.The 6 centers are:1) Play Dough Mats for numbers 0-20: Students form the given number with play dough and fill the ten frames with play dough balls to represent the number.2) How Many are There? : A mat is given with many…

Kindergarten Math Centers

Kindergarten Math Centers

The Mammogram Experience from @Holly Homer - a hilariously helpful blogger for the Kids Activities Blog

The Mammogram

The Mammogram Experience from @Holly Homer - a hilariously helpful blogger for the Kids Activities Blog

#SPRING #NUMBER #BONDS #TASK #CARDS: NUMBERS 0 TO 10 : #MATH #CENTER #ACTIVITY  This resource includes 108 number bonds task cards with numbers from 0 to 10. Children find the missing number by using tactile objects such as counters or rolling out balls made out of play dough. They could otherwise draw spots using a dry erase marker. Finally, children write the missing number with a dry erase marker.

Spring activities (spring number bonds) spring kindergarten math center

#SPRING #NUMBER #BONDS #TASK #CARDS: NUMBERS 0 TO 10 : #MATH #CENTER #ACTIVITY This resource includes 108 number bonds task cards with numbers from 0 to 10. Children find the missing number by using tactile objects such as counters or rolling out balls made out of play dough. They could otherwise draw spots using a dry erase marker. Finally, children write the missing number with a dry erase marker.

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