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This is very cool and easy math activity and found very useful to teach sorting and counting. I would pass this pin. Children will match the same color of pom-pom with the bottle color.

This is very cool and easy math activity and found very useful to teach sorting and counting. I would pass this pin. Children will match the same color of pom-pom with the bottle color.

My older students love to experiment with bigger numbers.  When 3 students play, one likes to use a white board to write down whatever math problem they are working on while the other two count out the beads.  The children put the first set of counting items in the first cup, and the other child puts the second set in the second cup.  They all fall through to the basket, and then they count them all up.

My older students love to experiment with bigger numbers. When 3 students play, one likes to use a white board to write down whatever math problem they are working on while the other two count out the beads. The children put the first set of counting items in the first cup, and the other child puts the second set in the second cup. They all fall through to the basket, and then they count them all up.

Frog counting activity- Make numbered lily pads and use them, along with small toy frogs, in a sensory bin, water table, or large container filled with water.  The article includes directions for making the lily pads. a printable pattern that you can download, and several frog themed math activities that are appropriate for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, prep, aged children.

Frog counting activity- Make numbered lily pads and use them, along with small toy frogs, in a sensory bin, water table, or large container filled with water. The article includes directions for making the lily pads. a printable pattern that you can download, and several frog themed math activities that are appropriate for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, prep, aged children.

Here is a simple counting activity for children, especially preschoolers. Simple to set up it can suit individual needs and develops fine motor skills.

Here is a simple counting activity for children, especially preschoolers. Simple to set up it can suit individual needs and develops fine motor skills.

Bear Counts: Counting on Paws A hands-on activity that makes learning how to count FUN for young children in preschool and kindergarten!

Bear Counts: Counting on Paws A hands-on activity that makes learning how to count FUN for young children in preschool and kindergarten!

My older students love to experiment with bigger numbers.  When 3 students play, one likes to use a white board to write down whatever math problem they are working on while the other two count out the beads.  The children put the first set of counting items in the first cup, and the other child puts the second set in the second cup.  They all fall through to the basket, and then they count them all up.

My older students love to experiment with bigger numbers. When 3 students play, one likes to use a white board to write down whatever math problem they are working on while the other two count out the beads. The children put the first set of counting items in the first cup, and the other child puts the second set in the second cup. They all fall through to the basket, and then they count them all up.