# Math activities for toddlers

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I'm excited to share with you my Number Formation Rhymes! I've been teaching my little ones how to write numbers and wanted some rhymes to help them remember the formations. I found these rhymes and

A mom blog full of simple, fun learning activities for toddlers.

The best math game around! Check out this roll & cross math game that toddlers and preschoolers will love. Works on counting skills and number recognition.

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Post by Christina Williams of justcallmechris.blogspot.com When my son was little, one of my brilliant friends (Hi Addi!) made a Counting Caterpillar for her son. Naturally, I had to make one, too. Now it’s Charlotte’s turn to have a caterpillar of her very own. While she might be a bit too young to learn her numbers,...Read More »

This is a good idea! But instead of push pins you could do Velcro numbers so that you don't have to use something pointy that kids could step on

A fun way for students to review the various facts about the penny, nickel, dime and quarter + a great way to whole-group assess. The Popsicle puppet is two sided. Teacher starts reading a fact about a coin and students hold up the appropriate coin puppet so that it faces the teacher. (S)he can tell ... Read More about Coin Popsicle Stick Puppets

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I got this from a Montessori way of teaching. I have yet to introduce this to the twins. These were just plain cardboard and pompoms. The ...

FREE 5 Little Monkeys activity for counting, learning numbers and number words. Great for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners to follow along with this classic nursery rhyme.

Kindergarten often begins with teaching students to recognize numbers. Here are 10 effective ways to teach them to your students! Number Books Have students create their own number books. Creating a book of their own will give them ownership of something that they can “read” again and again to help them learn their numbers. Provide pages that include the numerals you are working on. Allow the students to create the set using bingo dabbers, stickers, or pictures. Click Here to download this…

Games for toddlers with free flash cars. These free flash cards make it possible to entertain your little one while teach them number concepts

These shapes dot painting worksheets offer kids a fun hands on way to learn their shapes while working on fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

Four super simple snowflake crafts for kids with ideas to help support fine motor skills and scissor skills plus a free template to use.

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