One to one correspondence. Link just goes to google, but this is a good idea for an interactive display

Loose Parts Number Exploration Math Activity Fine Motor Skills, Gift for Kids, Montessori Classroom, Reggio Emilia, Teacher Resources

Fall Math: How Heavy is a Pumpkin?

Fall Math for Kids: How Heavy is a Pumpkin?

Math Activity Fall Math for Kids: How Heavy is a Pumpkin? Build a PVC balance for comparing weights of objects.

Free Pattern-Making Cards from Stimulating Learning with Rachel

Bonfire Night

Pre-writing: Use water and cotton buds on chalkboards with free pattern cards from Rachel (",)

“A new provocation to extend our learning about 3D shapes! C. C. Did a great job creating a cube!”

A new provocation to extend our learning about shapes: Easy FDK centre activity that could be used in older grades if adapted.

Wonders in Kindergarten: Shape Shadows: Exploring 2D and 3D Shapes Using the Overhead Projector

Wonders in Kindergarten: Shape Shadows: Exploring and Shapes Using the Overhead Projector

A Little bit of Addition: A Reggio math provocation from An Everyday Story

A Little bit of Addition

A Little bit of Addition: A Reggio math provocation from An Everyday Story(Step Stones Math)

Common Core Math Standard: K.OA.A.1 "Represent addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, drawings, sounds, acting out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations."

On the Shelves Snapshot: Practising Addition with Beads

Hands on activity ideas to for students beginning to use addition - Addition Activity: Simple Addition Activities using Beads - Find engaging hands-on activities for learning each Sunday night on An Everyday Story

Cheap trellis in the construction area from Rachel (",)

Trellis Play

Cheap trellis in the construction area from Rachel (",)

Counting fun with the book, 'Ten Black Dots' from Rachel (",)

Pin After reading 10 Black Dots students would be given various numbers. They would use that amount of buttons to create a picture.

Reggio Emilia Math: Thoughts from Loris Malaguzzi

Reggio Emilia Math: Thoughts from Loris Malaguzzi

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