Are you looking for a good preschool math activity?
Your kitchen is a great homeschool math resource. Your children can practice counting while setting the table or passing out food items. You can also teach mathematical concepts by cutting food into shapes, dyeing dips and spreads with food coloring, and using food to demonstrate addition and subtraction.
Here are some additional preschool math activities:
Flashcards, books, puzzles and games are great resources for teaching preschool math. Here some of my favorites:
|123 Flashcards are great for practicing number recognition. These cards also include the addition, subtraction and equal symbols, along with teaching tips.
|The 123 Jigsaw Book contains a puzzle piece on each page. These pieces join together to form a floor puzzle of a train containing the numbers 1 through 12, making it a fun preschool math activity.
|These Dominoes use cute farmyard characters to teach matching and counting. The game comes with parents' notes that contains suggested variations.
Follow this link to find out why I recommend Usborne preschool resources.
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