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I would use this tray in an individual math center or when working with a student one on one to develop number sense skills. Maths Eyfs, Numeracy Activities, Literacy And Numeracy, Reggio Classroom, Nursery Activities, Kindergarten Activities, Teaching Math, Math Centers, Math Games

Provoking Minds on Instagram: “Number sense math tray. #kindergarten #fdk #numbersense”

58 Likes, 2 Comments - Provoking Minds (@primarilycurious) on Instagram: “Number sense math tray. #kindergarten #fdk #numbersense”

Say It Make It Write It For Maths - how to use this FREE printable for simple addition using Numicon Year 1 Maths, Early Years Maths, Early Math, Early Learning, Maths Eyfs, Eyfs Classroom, Year 1 Classroom, Early Years Classroom, Math Addition

SAY IT, MAKE IT, WRITE IT FOR MATHS

Say It Make It Write It For Maths - how to use this FREE printable five different ways to create engaging maths centre activities in school for children aged 5-7 years | you clever monkey

Reggio-inspired mathematics: number kit Here's a great example of a number station designed for math play. Maths Eyfs, Numeracy Activities, Literacy And Numeracy, Math Centers, Numbers Kindergarten, Math Numbers, Preschool Math, Teaching Math, Kindergarten Classroom

Reggio-inspired mathematics: number kit

Here's a great example of a number station designed for math play.

Now, this is a great math challenge for kinders. Easy to set up and just right for understanding the characteristics of shapes. 3d Shapes Kindergarten, Kindergarten Inquiry, Inquiry Based Learning, Preschool Math, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Classroom Ideas, Kindergarten Books, Kids Math

3D Shape Challenge

In preparation for September, I have been looking back at photos from our learning last year and reflecting on what made certain provocations successful (or not). In doing so, I came across a series of photos from an exploration we did on 3D shapes. This particular learning story caught my attention because I noticed how…

A fun new game to practice number recognition, counting, subitizing, and adding… Number Sense Kindergarten, Kindergarten Centers, Preschool Math, Math Classroom, Kindergarten Activities, Fun Math, Teaching Math, Math Games, Math Centers

Wonders in Kindergarten on Instagram: “A fun new game to practice number recognition, counting, subitizing, and adding. Roll the two dice, add them up, select the correct number…”

281 Likes, 15 Comments - Wonders in Kindergarten (@anamariaralphtdsb) on Instagram: “A fun new game to practice number recognition, counting, subitizing, and adding. Roll the two dice,…”

Wonder-full Inquiry (Learning in Room Montessori Activities, Preschool Math, Kindergarten Activities, Teaching Math, Numeracy Activities, Fun Math, Full Day Kindergarten, Number Sense Kindergarten, Reggio Emilia

Wonder-full Inquiry (Learning in Room 122)

Thinking and Learning in Room 122- addition provocation for kindergarten

Math questions as part of Reggio-based provocations & Inquiry (via Richmond School District) Kindergarten Inquiry, Literacy And Numeracy, Inquiry Based Learning, Preschool Math, Fun Math, Math Activities, Early Learning, Teaching Math, Math Centers

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Mathematical Provocations-click photo to see album: IMG_8820

Thinking and Learning in Room composing and decomposing number provocation for kindergarten numeracy - Jen Young-Weston - Kindergarten Inquiry, Numbers Kindergarten, Inquiry Based Learning, Math Numbers, Preschool Math, Elementary Math, Maths, Kids Math, Decomposing Numbers

Wonder-full Inquiry (Learning in Room 122)

"Every child has a different learning style and pace. Each child is unique, not only capable of learning but also capable of succeeding. - Robert John Meehan Many people believe that Kindergarten students are unable to grapple with complex mathematical ideas. This is not true. Kindergarten students are capable of exploring mathematical ideas when it is done through play and is initiated by their ideas and interests. As educators, we need to be listening, watching, questioning and prompting…