All tagged counting games
Need a simple activity to count to ten?
This hungry caterpillar game is a great way to reinforce counting, and gain a better understanding that a group of objects are represented by a number name.
Sounds simple, right?
Not really. The truth is that many times we rush preschoolers right on through rather than taking the time to understand quantity.
We assume just because they can count to ten, they also understand what ten really means. But they don’t always truly understand. And without a solid foundation in how a group of ten is made, taken apart, and built back up again, we are doing a disservice for our children by not taking the time to do this.
So, I am here to help bridge the gap.
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.
A simple counting game for two and three-year olds. This DIY math counting game is great for hands on learning.