Preschool math is the foundation of your child’s skills in number comprehension. Once they have basic counting and number recognition down, the doors open to an easier path when solving more complex problems. Make sure you don’t go too fast through these simple skills. I’m featuring 10 preschool math activities to help you teach in unique ways.
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Math Sensory Game
Such a fun little game that combines math, fine and gross motor skills!
Math with Pom Poms
Pom poms make cute and inexpensive counting tools!
Knock’em Down Math
Practice sequencing with this active math game.
Apple Counting Blocks
Building, balancing and counting makes math exciting!
Make 10 Games
This game is for sale, but there are links to lots more free games to practice making ten.
Dancing and basic equations combine to make your dancers smile about math.
Who doesn’t love Legos? Kids won’t even know they are practicing math.
6 Games for Counting Bears
These are so unique that I wish we had some counting bears!
Counting with Play Dough
A great way to practice number recognition and values.
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Debbie @ Bible Fun For Kids says
Thanks so much for hosting!
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This is a great resource! Thanks for featuring our play dough post!
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Thank you very much for featuring my Sensory Maths Activity. The list is a great resource .
Theres Just One Mommy says
Thanks for featuring our pom pom math!
Wow! What a great collection of math activities.
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Nicholas Montessori School says
The list which you have shared is very good resource. thanks for sharing
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