Pre-Math Counting Activities
Purpose: To learn how to count. Arrangement of objects does not affect the same quantity.
Materials: 2 to 10 small identical shapes, such as wooden blocks
- Put the blocks in a row left to right (horizontally)
- Count with your child 1,2,3,4,5 (use the number of blocks according to your child's ability.)
- Next, take the blocks and stack them as a tower.
- Count with your child again.
- Continue to rearrange the blocks or objects in different patterns and shapes such as a circle, square, triangle, "L" and count each time with your child. Finally, let your child do this activity alone.
Fun Physcial Learning Activity
Ball Bounce Game
Bounce a ball 1 to 5 times. Have your child clap how many times you bounced the ball. This is also a great game for listening skills.
Lastly, count the times you bounce the ball.
posted at 4:55 a.m. on August 26, 2013
Another one.. I wonder where you get all these stuff from. You derive it by yourselves?? It feels like wow! I am going to show this to my son and get back to you; I haven’t had come across such maths puzzles ever in my life.
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