Stir up the pot of stew and pick out a lettered vegetable. This activity will help children recognize lowercase letters. A fun activity to use with the story “Stone Soup.
This is a 6-person math center. Skills in this activity are counting objects up to 20 and beginning addition/subtraction.
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Chicka goes with the popular story by Bill Martin, Jr. There are 2 different activities that reinforces upper and lowercase letters, letter sounds and rhyming.
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This activity (1-4 children) will help children learn to identify numbers, order numbers, count, and boost addition and subtraction skills.
This is a 2-4 person math center. Put bony plates on the dinosaurs. Children will learn to identify shapes and colors with this activity.
Practice counting from 10 to 100 with Zero the Hero. Putting the stars in the right order and number recognition are other skills in this packet. This set coordinates with the song from the "Get Ready" CD by Shari Sloane.
Children will learn the names of the basic shapes while learning the songs that are included.
A great jungle activity/song that teaches skip counting by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, 10,’s and 100’s. This set coordinates with the song from the "Get Ready" CD by Shari Sloane.
Encourage children’s math skills with this fun potato activity set. Skills include number recognition, ordering numbers, and following directions.
This popular math center (1-6 children) will help children with number identification, 1-to-1 correspondence, and beginning addition and subtraction.
Have a lot of fun and perform a little magic with this activity. Children will learn to follow directions, recognize numbers, ordering, and learn the concept of more, less and the same.
This is a 4-person math center. Skills in the “Monster Eyes” packet include recognizing numbers, counting objects and improving fine motor skills.
This is a great whole group activity that teaches number recognition 0-30, patterning, ordering, and following directions.
A fun and unique way to teach numbers to your children using the “old woman theme.”
Counting buttons will help the children learn to recognize numbers, counting out the correct number of buttons, and beginning addition and subtraction.
What better way to teach your children shapes. This activity will reinforce shapes, following directions and learning the names of their classmates. This is a great circle, whole group activity.
This math center includes 2 different activities for a 4-person center and whole/small group. Skills include ordering numbers, number recognition, sequencing, adding, and patterning.
This activity will help reinforce number identification, 1-to-1 correspondence, ordering, and ordinal numbers. Place the correct amount of bubbles above each fish.
What better way to teach your children numbers. This activity will reinforce numbers, following directions and learning the names of their classmates. This is a great circle, whole group activity.