Learning Through Math Play

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Cut tree limb to where it will lay flat. Add nails in design or however.these could make some fascinating art Beautiful DIY geo-boards shared by Explorations Early Learning (",) Reggio Emilia, Learning Activities, Preschool Activities, Learning Toys, Geo Board, Reggio Classroom, Outdoor Learning, Early Childhood Education, Early Learning

Explorations Early Learning Toys

These DIY geo-boards caught my eye. Simple to make and open ended.

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Fun with Numbers - Stimulating Learning

Activities for working on numbers - numbers recognition & counting in the Early Years

Awesome chain reactions with popsicle/craft sticks - the cup option is great for younger kids (age 5 )! School Age Activities, Steam Activities, Science Activities, Summer Activities, Craft Sticks, Popsicle Sticks, Craft Stick Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Stem Projects

Simple Popsicle Stick Chain Reactions - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls

Popsicle/Craft Stick Chain Reactions – Herringbone and Clever Levers Of all the craft materials we have ever purchased, I have to say that we have gotten the most bang for our buck with a pack of 300 craft sticks that we bought a couple of years ago! Last year we posted about building an exploding […]

Most up-to-date Absolutely Free preschool classroom environment Ideas Will you be a new teacher who’s wondering the best way to set up a new preschool school room? Measurement Kindergarten, Kindergarten Centers, Kindergarten Science, Math Centers, Science Area Preschool, Science Centers, Elementary Science, Maths 3e, Maths Eyfs

Travelling Tuesday: Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten

Welcome to the second week of Travelling Tuesday! This week I am so excited to be featuring Darla Myers, an educator that teaches Kindergarten in Ohio and the author of the blog: Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten I have been following Darla's blog and teaching journey for quite some time. I love the way she makes learning visible and offers the students choice as well as a variety of materials and experiences to demonstrate their learning. Purposeful materials are placed to encourage…

Sarama and Clements stress that “the importance of well-planned, free-choice play, appropriate to the ages of the children, should not be un. Measurement Kindergarten, Kindergarten Inquiry, Measurement Activities, Math Measurement, Preschool Science, Science Activities, Teaching Math, Kindergarten Centers, Mad Science

What can you balance? Exploring Mass!

Sarama and Clements stress that “the importance of well-planned, free-choice play, appropriate to the ages of the children, should not be underestimated. Such play…if mathematized contributes to mathematics learning” (2009, p. 329). Recently, various materials were set up at the math carpet for students to explore and investigate mass and balance. The only instruction was a sign that read "What can you balance?" I stepped back and watched as the students immediately engaged with excitement…

How to Make a Cardboard Box Marble Labyrinth Game - Frugal Fun For Boys Engineering STEM activity for kids - Build a cardboard box marble labyrinth! Get the marble through the course without it dropping into the holes. Kids Crafts, Diy And Crafts, Craft Projects, Arts And Crafts, Wood Crafts, Recycled Crafts For Kids, Crafts For Children, Recycling Projects For Kids, Fabric Crafts

How to Make a Cardboard Box Marble Labyrinth Game - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls

Engineering STEM activity for kids - Build a cardboard box marble labyrinth! Get the marble through the course without it dropping into the holes.

Learn with Play at home: Counting and Grouping with Sticks. Playful Maths using natural materials practicing fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination and number writing. Math Activities For Kids, Number Activities, Math For Kids, Fun Math, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Preschool, Teaching Numbers, Teaching Resources

Counting and Grouping with Sticks. Playful Maths

Welcome back to the "Playful Maths" weekly series brought to you by Learn with Play at home (us) and The Imagination Tree Together, let's make MATHS FUN! ............................................................................................................ Last week I shared Learning Patterns with Lego. This week we bring you another 2 Playful Maths Activities using Natural Materials. This week we are focusing on counting and grouping. Other skills involved include fine motor, teen…

Encourage playful maths investigation with inviting, open-ended materials - from The Imagination Tree (",) LOTS of good ideas on this site for math workshop! Maths Eyfs, Preschool Math, Numeracy, Math Activities, Kindergarten Math, Maths Resources, Investigation Area, Maths Investigations, Early Years Maths

Maths Investigation Area for Open-Ended Learning - The Imagination Tree

Set up a specific area for playful maths investigations at home or at school, to encourage plenty of open-ended play with a range of everyday materials.

What different patterns can you make? Mathematical Intention: creating repeating patterns using elements. Reggio inspired approach to math- provocation at Mathematics and Science in School District (Richmond) ≈≈ Play Based Learning, Early Learning, Reggio Emilia, Preschool Math, Math Activities, Full Day Kindergarten, Kindergarten Counting, Maths Area, Math Patterns

mathematical provocations in K/1 classrooms

During September I visited Louesa Byrne's K/1 classroom at Thompson and Lauren MacLean's K/1 classroom at Blair. Over several visits we created mathematical provocations for the students to engage with mathematics and allow the teachers an opportunity to assess what their students were able to do in the area of patterning and general number sense. Can you stack 5 rocks? Mathematical Intention: one-to-one correspondence, counting, decomposing 5 into parts What different patterns can you make?…