May 30, 2019

Trending Preschool Number Recognition Ideas

Today we have five new trending Preschool Number Recognition Ideas. The first is called the Ball Jar Numbers which preschoolers will love and easy to prepare. The second one is called the Count And Clip Cards which are printables composed of pictures and numbers. The third one is called the Roll And Cross Math Game which they can do with their siblings or friends. The fourth one is called the Number Hunt Math Sensory Bin which can be fun and challenging. And the last one is a video about Fun Ordering Number Game For Preschoolers. Hope you'll like it!


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Ball Jar Numbers
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Activity:


Ball Jar Numbers

Best for Ages:


+3

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Items likely found at home but may require some purchases 

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The game is fairly simple. You allow your preschooler to remove only one ball at a time and they have to read the number on it. The aim is to get all the numbers correct so that the jar will be empty.

For the numbers that are missed, simply show your preschooler the ball, state the number a few times (I tend to sing with some silly lyrics) to reinforce the number and place the ball back in the jar.

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Count And Clip Cards
Summary

Activity:


Count And Clip Cards

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Printables and items likely found at home 

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My preschoolers really enjoy count and clip cards. I love them too – because not only do my kids get to practice rote counting and one-to-one correspondence, they also get some fine motor practice when clipping those clothespins! Another great thing about these counting cards is that you can customize them for the season. This makes them a wonderful addition to preschool and kindergarten centers.

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Roll And Cross Math Game
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Activity:


Roll And Cross Math Game

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home


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This Roll & Cross game is so awesome and the best math game around! Check out this math game that toddlers and preschoolers will love. Works on counting skills and number recognition.I used to play this game with my preschoolers to practice quick addition (I’ll explain how to extend this to that age group in a minute). For my 3.5-year-old, I needed to bring the play level down a little so it would be just right for him.

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Number Hunt Math Sensory Bin
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Activity:


Number Hunt Math Sensory Bin

Best for Ages:


+3 

Materials:


Items likely found at home


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What a cool math sensory bin! An awesome quick and easy math activity for toddlers and preschoolers. A great indoor activity that's so easy to set up! There’s nothing I love more than seeing an activity online and having all the ingredients to try it right then and there.

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Fun Ordering Number Game For Preschoolers
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Activity:


Fun Ordering Number Game For Preschoolers

Best for Ages:


+4

Materials:


Items likely found at home

Summary:


Another creative way to use straws in a fun ordering number game

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