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How to Teach Numbers with Legos is a perfect learning box activity for preschoolers to learn their numbers and counting.

How to Teach Numbers with Legos

How to Teach Numbers with Legos is a hands-on learning box that makes learning number recognition and counting fun and exciting.

Preschool Letter Recognition Activities - Matching Upper and Lowercase Letters using legos, and other fun activities.

Preschool Letter Recognition Activities

Could attach the letters of Toddlers names to these and see ifthey can make a tower spelling their name Preschool Letter Recognition Activities - Matching Upper and Lowercase Letters using legos, and other fun activities.

Teaching the Alphabet with Legos

How to Teach the Alphabet with Legos from Teachers of Good Things

How to Teach Alphabets with Legos is a perfect learning box activity for preschoolers to learn their alphabets.

Two preschool math activities using Duplo Legos.  These are great for younger brother while the older ones do their schoolwork!

Two Preschool Math Activities with Duplo Legos

Two preschool math activities using Duplo Legos. These are great for younger brother while the older ones do their schoolwork! Identify the next number in a series of numbers up to ten. Pre-school age 3 and 4

Several activities for learning letters and numbers with Duplo blocks and a wipe-off marker - these are fun ideas!

Activities for Learning Letters and Numbers with Duplo Lego

Several activities for learning letters and numbers with Duplo blocks and a wipe-off marker - these are fun ideas!-I'd do with a permanent marker.

18 Ways to Use LEGO Bricks to Teach Literacy - This Reading Mama

18 Ways to Use LEGO Bricks to Teach Literacy

Using kids favorite toys to help develop literacy skills. 18 Ways to Use LEGO Bricks to Teach Literacy - This Reading Mama

The number recognition game  Simple yet effective! :} //have "chips" match Montessori colors. Easy to make.

Really simple number recognition bingo game - divide a card into 6 squares & number them. The child rolls the die. When they roll a they cover up the number 1 on the card. They roll until they have covered all the numbers.

Sempre criança: 1, 2, 3

Sempre criança: 1, 2, 3

Preschool kids will have a blast while playing this simple Smack the Number counting game! Work on number recognition and one to one correspondence in a fun way!

Smack the Number Counting Game

Preschool kids will have a blast while playing this simple Smack the Number counting game! Work on number recognition and one to one correspondence in a fun way! This game would also work well for alphabet and sight word recognition.

Number Recognition 0-5 Practice - use dot stampers? or stickers?

Number Recognition Practice - use dot stampers? This could be put on a poster board with Velcro number dots instead as an activity then it could be used over and over with multiple kiddos

Rainy Day Math Games - This easy-to-make math game is inspired by a rainy day…and perfect for playing on a rainy day! It’s a great way for your preschooler to practice number recognition, one-to-one correspondence, and patterning.

Rainy Day Math Games - This game allows the child to practice number recognition, counting, and patterning. By doing this activity, the child will surely able to develop better number sense and counting skills.

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Snap Cubes With Activities to Reinforce Counting, Patterns, Addition and Subtraction - adapt for preshoolers. Color code the numbers to coordinate with the snapping cube colors.

Printable Number Car Park Mats - great number recognition activity using cars. Perfect transport theme printables - print and play!

Printable car play mats with numbers

Lego learning games -  exploring Lego and play dough. This is a great activity for sensory play, imaginative play, letter recognition and sight words. This would be great to use in an autism classroom while learning long vowel sounds with silent E.

Lego learning games - exploring Lego and play dough. This is a great activity for sensory play, imaginative play, letter recognition and sight words. This would be great to use in an autism classroom while learning long vowel sounds with silent e

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