The Activity Mom: Number Towers...what an easy number recognition and ordering activity!!!

Number Towers

The Activity Mom: Number Towers.what an easy number recognition and ordering activity! Could be done for teen numbers or crossing the decades (tens) etc.

This is a really fun activity to practice measurement!

Pin This activity has students measure their height with yarn. Then they display everyone’s yarn on a poster and they compare them. The students fill out a worksheet using the yarn poster.

Exploring math and numbers with a Reggio-inspired preschool math tray from And Next Comes L

Reggio-Inspired Preschool Math Tray

Exploring math and numbers with a Reggio-inspired preschool math tray from And Next Comes L & Kindergarten math centers

Great, hands-on way to practice numbers. Free play dough mats.

Play dough number mats for numbers These adorable number mats are great for fine motor skills! Kids use ten-frames, counting and learn numerals and number words with these simple play dough mats.

Counting & number recognition (",)- cute preschool spring project.

To go w very hungry caterpillar Counting, number recognition and correspondence -- cute preschool spring projec

Numbered Clothespins on a Hanger. I love this concept! Although this example uses the alphabet, the same idea could allow students with disabilities to practice placing numbers in order. Not only would it strengthen their knowledge of numerical order, but it could simultaneously work on fine motor skills. This is one of the coolest, yet most simple, tricks I've seen in a while!

Numbered Clothespins on a Hanger. allow students with disabilities to practice placing numbers in order. Not only would it strengthen their knowledge of numerical order, but it could simultaneously work on fine motor skills.

Play ‘Hidden Numbers’ to help children recognise numbers - this game will get your child to associate shapes with numbers for easy identification. Cut a small hole in an envelope, put a number in it so that only part of it shows, & the child has to guess what the number is. Does it have a lot of lines? Maybe it's a 1 or a 7. Does it have circles or loops? It could be 3, 5, or 8. (Could also be adapted to support shape recognition) (“,)

Hidden Numbers

Play this hidden number game with your preschooler that will give her a leg up in learning numbers.

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I just learned about keyhole gardens. Would love to try and combine an accessible height with the keyhole concept.

I'm looking at the possibility of running a key hole garden or a herb spiral workshop. A Keyhole Garden is a type of kitchen garden that recycles as it.

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