Ever wonder why do we need math in life? Imagine your first grader stared blankly at the stack homework sheets in front of her. She sighed heavily, grumbled a long complaints, “Why do I need to do math? Can’t we just leave those numbers alone…..” Does that sound familiar to you? Why People Dislike Math According to this survey, many Americans report feelings of
Have you wonder how to teach your preschooler numbers? Have a preschooler kid or two? Millennial parents seems to be really into anything early-learning nowadays. Two things they’re so eager to stimulate their children are usually these; reading and counting. Now let’s talk about how to teach preschoolers numbers. Many thought that counting simply means the child is able to say numbers in the correct
More ideas on counting games for preschool kids! Today we’re using , number cards, color cards, clothespin, and a paper plate, to learn counting and grouping by colors. If you haven’t read my previous counting activities, you might want to go take a look at this post when we used popsicle sticks, or this one with wooden dominos, or this one with counting chips.
Need a no-fuss counting activities ideas for your preschooler? Here I share our counting chips ideas for EASY math activity! A few months back, while I was still really into the Montessori method of teaching concrete numbers, I read some blogs about using color chips for young children in learning numbers. I was intrigued. Then I ordered from Amazon, after looking at its pretty
I knew scavenger hunt for preschoolers is (almost) always a favorite amongst kids. As busy moms, we always try to look for something less troublesome and quick to prepare. And yesterday was a nice weather to play at the park. So we decided to go to the nearby playground. Then I thought while in it, I could let them count some leaves and flowers,
Need ideas for masking tape activities? This is another quick prep play ideas for kids with masking tape. Train their fine motor and gross motor skill that you can do at home! This time both misses played something “physical” while they could still learn and stayed indoor (it was VERY SUNNY OUTSIDE mommy-couldn’t-take-it). I got the inspiration of using masking tape or painter’s tape from
Counting to 10 play is one of the most frequent fun activities with kids at home I’ve done with my 3yo girl. We have done it using our fingers, some veggie bits on her plate, wooden blocks, numbers on white/blackboard, and so on. This time we’re counting with blocks, using these . Counting with blocks, how? But nope, I was not playing the normal
Need a quick ideas for popsicle stick math activities? If you remember me mentioned about popsicle sticks being my favorite math materials, yes it still apply until now. Popsicle sticks are soooo versatile, you can come up with many learning activities using this inexpensive supply. And popsicle sticks, or some people called them craft sticks, are perfect to use as introduction to the concept