All tagged counting activities
Remember the number line?
Here is a simple way to introduce, and play with, a number line at home!
If we begin learning math concepts by doing, the better they will stick. Here, your child can move and count the objects as they are placed. It’s a hands-on way to better understand the sequence of numbers.
And I know what you are thinking!
Here she goes with that painter’s tape again. Well, you’re right! Painter’s tape is my ultimate supply and can pretty much liven up any old game that used to be done with pen and paper. It is hard to pick favorites, but I am pretty sure it is right up there with the counting bears.
This number line game makes a fun Breakfast Invitation to help you drink your coffee and pop the bagels in the toaster in peace! Set it up in 5 minutes the night before and watch it unfold. Join Us!
Ready to practice counting? Grab your dot stickers and markers to get started.
We all know that counting is important.
However, what is more important is that children are touching the objects as they count.
By Kindergarten, children will be asked to understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
Beth, what does this mean?!
What this means is that we want preschoolers to practice pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.
How we do this, is we ask our children to TOUCH THE OBJECT as we COUNT ALOUD. You don’t want to miss this super fun Breakfast Invitation.
Move over spiders. Turkeys are finding their way into our play.
And who doesn’t need some turkey in our lives? Even us vegetarians can make room.
So let’s spice up with this super quick and easy Turkey Trot Breakfast Invitation.
There are SO MANY important math skills being introduced here:
By Kindergarten, children will be asked to understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted.
I know this sounds like a simple concept. But this is something that must be taught and most importantly; practiced.
Because number sense difficulty increases rapidly! Spend the first four years on numbers 1-10.
Something interesting has happened since my oldest started preschool.
What happened, is that my middle guy (three-years-old) has come out of his shell and is beginning to take risks with his learning at home.
You see, my 4.5-year-old means EVERYTHING to my three-year-old. According to him, he’s the coolest, smartest best friend a brother can have.
But something happens when the two of them are learning together.
My oldest takes the lead and my middle guy follows along not ready to take chances with his learning. He doesn’t want to get it wrong in front of his biggest idol.
So where multi-age learning is important, it is also important for me to check in with my three-year-old and create simple set-ups that we can do together to reinforce some basic skills for Kindergarten Readiness.
Preschool counting game to introduce adding. Perfect for at home or small group learning. This preschool math game will help your preschooler with number recognition and groups of numbers.