Today’s post is full of playful hands-on math to try with young children. We have ideas to help kids aged 2 to 6 learn about numbers, measurement, geometry, patterning, and data management (graphing!) – all in a fun hands-on way. Because that’s how kids learn math best when they’re young – through play!
Today I am featuring a HUGE mega-roundup of ways to use plastic Easter eggs. I’ve got ideas for sensory play for little ones, math and language ideas, science experiments, music and sound activities, arts & crafts for kids of all ages, and games and active play egg ideas! You are guaranteed to find a use here…
Have you tried creating sensory bins for your kids yet? We love them at our house and I seem to come up with an idea for a new bin every time there’s a holiday. For St. Patrick’s Day last year, I created this fun Shamrock Math Sensory bin for Onetime (my 3 year old son)….
I LOVE to craft and especially like to make things that are fun for Onetime (my 3 yr old son) to play with! Here’s my latest creation for St. Patrick’s Day. I’ve got a great St. Patrick’s Day finger-play counting rhyme for you too as well as instructions to make these super cute finger puppets!
Welcome back to another week of the Love to Learn Linky! This week I decided to feature a bunch of fun Valentines Learning Activities that can be done with toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarteners. We’ve got Valentines Math, Language, Fine-Motor and Science fun!