Inside: Make math fun with kids number games. Download the free printable game boards to work on numeral recognition plus the concepts of one more, one less, and simple addition.
This is my kiddo’s last week of school and I’m frantically trying to finish up a bunch of projects before I become a full-time mommy again. I am also trying to come up with ways to keep him active, busy, and learning throughout the summer break. I’m hoping that this chore jar filled with activity sticks will help us out this summer.
Happy Friday! Before I start a beautiful spring weekend, I thought that I would quickly share a fun FREEBIE with you. CLICK HERE to download a Counting Around the House recording sheet. Send your kids on a counting mission. Can they find and count all of the doors, windows, tables, beds, mirrors, and sinks in your house? If you have a two story house, children
I had a bad experience with conversation hearts when I was a kid. After eating some of the classic Valentine’s Day confection, I happened to suffer from a stomach bug. So, for years I associated the little candies with being sick to my stomach. Years (okay….many years) later, I can finally eat them again. Not only do I like to eat them, but I
Cardinality is the idea that the last number counted is the total. Ask a child to count 5 objects. He or she may be able to count them correctly 1,2,3,4,5. Now ask the child, “how many are there?” If the child can tell you that there are 5 objects, he or she understands the concept of cardinality. If the child goes back and counts the objects again,