can't wait to try this! The boys will LOVE IT!

"Car"d Game

"Car"d game - makes "playing with toy cars" more purposeful and promotes many different cognitive skills! about me: my senses, car sorting

Free & DIY Ideas for your Daycare

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Number Tower using tubes. The website is in Spanish, but the picture makes this activity fairly clear.

Tower of numbers: Each roll of toilet paper has a number on it. These toilet paper rolls will need to be placed in the correct order to create a tower. (Place a circle piece of paper between the rolls to make it easier to balance.

Looking for counting bear activities and printables? We've got patterns, problem solving, and more! All FREE!

Math Activities with Counting Bears (for ages 2-8

LEGO Addition Cards for Kids. Fun, hands-on freebie teaching kids how to add together two numbers. Great math center!

LEGO Addition Cards

LEGO Addition Cards for Kids. Fun, hands-on freebie teaching kids how to add…

Patterns with legos. Make with separate color cards to change up the patterns. Could use the Candy Land cards

40 Fine Motor Skills Activities

Park the cars in the right parking space. Easy, cheap, fun, AND educational rainy day activity for little boys. Ha! This is awesome!

30+ Indoor Games for Kids

[Car Parking Numbers Game] Do you have a car lover? Have you ever used cars for learning? A Car Parking Numbers Game [Contributed by Craftulate] -

Awesome visualization for addition/ combining sets or introducing writing addition number sentences

DIY Addition Game

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls - students can build their own adding machine

Awesome visualization for addition/ combining sets or introducing writing addition number sentences

DIY Addition Game

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls - students can build their own adding machine

Self-Correcting Math Activities for Preschoolers - Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers

Self-Correcting Math Activities for Preschoolers

Self-Correcting Math Activities for Preschoolers three to five year olds Reproduce simple AB patterns of concrete objects.

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