Dice cards are great to use with preschool games.
I created some dice cards when I couldn’t find any large dice for a game and small ones wouldn’t work. My budget really doesn’t allow for me to buy large jumbo dice to give to the preschool kids in my program, but these work great!
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This little non-competative counting game is amazingly simple and requires no objects. It teaches counting with one-to-one correspondence and cardinality. It is perfect for the kinesthetic learner who needs to move. Plus it is suports motor development. It can be played practicially anywhere and can be easily adapted to your child’s learning level. . . . Read More: Body Count ~ An on-the-go math game
Bugs! It’s that time of year the bugs are out and (most) kids love to play with them. We found a large bag of plastic bugs and there are many ways to play and learn.
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This a valentine game for preschoolers. It is simple and easy to set up. It can be competitive or non-competitive. It can be played by a single child or you can have multiple game boards for a group. This little Valentine’s Day game will teach your little person basic math concepts too.
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My children, who are 2.5 years and up, have been enjoying this simple activity with foam shapes. They have been creating simple tangrams.
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