Math activities with unifix cubes - The Measured Mom
Today I’m sharing a variety of activities to help you get the most out of your unifix cubes. (This post contains affiliate links.) We have a small set of unifix cubes that we use for all sorts of math learning. Today I’m sharing some ways that kids ages 2-8 can learn with these colorful manipulatives! 1- Sort by color There are ten different colors in our set of unifix cubes,... Read More »
Create a Number Line 1 to 20 is a fun hands-on number awareness activity that involves recognising and organising numerals 1 to 20. The activity provides children with the opportunity to unjumble the numbered pop stick flowers and arrange them in order from 1 to 20 into some play dough rolled out into a line. Children can also play games such as "Fill in the Missing Number" counting forwards and backwards and guess the missing number.
Make these touch and feel counting cards for your child to have a multi sensory learning experience when introducing simple counting! A while ago I made Touch & Feel Shapes and it was so effective and my 4 year old loved it. Today it is numbers! When a child learn with more than one sense at …
The Big List of Skip Counting Activities - The Classroom Key
Skip counting ideas and activities for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade math class. This post contains affiliate links. If you teach 1st or 2nd grade you’ve probably spent a lot more time skip counting than the average person off the street. It’s one of those things that kids need a lot of…
Students all over are obsessed with Counting Stews and Brews™️. Who knew counting and sorting could be so much FUN! Students are ASKING to play counting stews over and over. They get SO excited when I bring out a new counting stew to match our learning theme. Teachers love them because they are easy to...Read More