Learning Number Sense for Preschoolers

Number sense for preschoolers is a fundamental math skill. Most preschoolers already have a natural curiosity about counting. They already know that putting toys together generates more toys.

However, learning numbers sense at a young age needs more than knowing labels. So, you want to find learning activities that motivate children to learn concepts of more than, less than, and equal to.

In that way, they can make connections between numbers, words, and grouping. 

Teaching Number Sense to Preschoolers

As you seek ways to introduce numbers, use simple tools. For instance, you might use flashcards and memory games to match up numbers and words.

However, for children that already know the numbers, use more engaging activities. In that case, make use of household items to count more, less, or equal amounts. 

Number Sense Learning Activity

Ignite that curiosity of counting by using household materials. From construction paper to egg cartons, developing a fun activity is quick and easy.

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Learning Shapes Preschool Activities

Learning shapes establishes a vital part of knowing math skills. When young children begin to learn shapes along with other math skills, they’re apt to grasp number sense.

You’ve probably have seen how curious children are when they want to group their toys, stickers, or even cereal. So, take those opportunities for exploring and turn them into a fun learning experience.

Add shapes and colors, and you have an excellent way to introduce how the world forms around us. 

Shapes Preschooler Need to Know

There are basic shapes your preschoolers encounter every day. But, what are those shapes that they need to know so they can be prepared for math skills?

Of course, you need to introduce triangles, squares, rectangles, circles, and rhombus. These figures are easy to see around the house and when you go around town.

Whether you visit the library or go to the park, take the time to point these shapes to your preschooler. Other ways you can introduce shapes are by playing fun, quick games, and reading. 

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