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Math activities for pre school 1






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    Math activities for pre school 1 Math activities for pre school 1 Presentation Transcript

    • •Matching •Numbers •Classifying •Comparing •Shape •Space •Parts/whole •Ordering •Measurements •Graphing
    •  Matching Sticks  You need markers and 10-20 craft sticks.  Color every two sticks alike so that you can make pairs for the children to match.  Lay the sticks out on the table and have the children “Match” up the pairs,  1-4 players
    •  Chocolate Chip Cookie Game  You need: 1-10 dot counting cards , 4 brown colored paper plates (cookies) and 20 black quarter sized circles (chocolate chips)  How to Play: First give each child a “cookie” and place the “Chocolate Chips’ at the center of the table. Mix the dot counting cards up and place the face down on the table next to the “chips”. The first child then takes a card, counts the dots, and places that amount of “chips” on their cookies. The other children than count the amount of “chips” on the cookie to determine if player one got it right. Have the kids all take turns until all the dot counting cards have been done.  1-4 players
    •  Old Crayon Sort  You need: a bag of old crayons and sheets of different colored construction paper.  How to play: Lay out the pieces of construction paper on the table and have the children place the crayons that are in the bag to the corresponding paper.  1-4 players
    •  2 Alike but so Different  What you need: Pick 2 children from your class and have them stand in front of the group of sitting children.  How to play: Have the children describe the likenesses of the 2 students then have them describe their differences.  The entire class
    •  Feel Shape Bag  What you need: A small draw string bag and different shaped items to put in the bag.  How to play: Close the bag and have the children take turns to feel the bag. Have them try to guess what shapes are in the bag. When everyone has felt the bag open it and show the children to see if their guesses were right.  1- Entire class
    •  Where is the Dog?  What you need: A stuffed puppy and a bucket  How to play: Using space words have the child place the puppy where he needs to be. (inside, outside, on the top, bottom of, etc.)  1- Entire class
    •  Parts=Whole  What you need: 4 same sized circles. On the first circle write the word whole on it. Cut the second circle in half and the write half ½ on each piece. Cut the third circle in 4 equal parts and write quarter ¼ on each piece. On the last circle cut it into 8 equal pieces and write 1/8 on each on  How to play: Lay the circles on the table and ask the children which one they think will make a bigger circle. Then show them that when you put the same parts together that they will equal the whole.  1-Entire class
    •  Color Strip Patterns  What you need: Several pieces of different colored square shaped pieces.  How to play: Have the children sort out the pieces and follow a pattern you have set out for them. Then have them make their own patterns.  1-4 Players
    •  String Measurements  What you need: Several pieces of string/yarn cut into different sizes.  How to play: Give each child a piece of string and have them measure items around the room.  1- Entire class
    •  Our Favorite Donut  What you need: chalk and a chalk board  How to play: Draw a table and the outline of the chart. One at a time have each child come to the chalk board and draw a line under their favorite donut. (Cherry or Chocolate) When everyone is done total up each box and make graph it on the chart. Then ask children questions they can answer by looking at the graph.  Entire class
    • All of the activities that are in my slide show are some of the activities I do in my class. All of my supplies that I used, are supplies majority of child care centers have on hand. I spent no money on them and very little time making what I needed. They are very easy to make and also can help as a transition activity during the day because they are easy to pick up .