# 2D Shapes Winter Activity FREEBIE

Need a fun way to reinforce identifying 2D shapes with your students? These free winter-themed cards are the perfect pairing for a variety of activities. (this post contains affiliate links) 2D Shapes Cards You can use these math cards with loose parts, play dough, in a sensory bin, and salt/sand tray. There are so many …

# Free Nature Number Printable

I’m always looking for fun ways to incorporate math or literacy skills into my classroom centers. I also like to use natural items like loose parts in my provocations. So this nature number printable was an easy way to do both! Number Printable I used Canva to create these number printables, and they turned out …

# Getting Stuck While Program Planning? Try This Free Activity Ideas List!

One of the things I love most about working in a kindergarten classroom – coming up with engaging activity ideas to spark my students’ curiosity and extend their learning. Planning and setting up provocations and invitations for learning is my favourite thing to do! For some educators, coming up with ideas can be a little …

# Counting Principles – Unitizing

Unitizing is the ninth blog post in a series about Counting Principles. These principles are helpful when developing children’s number sense. It’s not enough for them to learn to count by rote, they have to develop a strong foundation of numbers and counting. You can see the other Counting Principle blog posts here. What is …

# Counting Principles – Movement is Magnitude

A review of Counting Principles for kindergarten number sense. Free movement-is-magnitude counting cards for your students to use to practice this skill.

# Counting Principles – Abstraction

Abstraction is my seventh blog post in a series about the Counting Principles. These principles are helpful when developing children’s number sense. It’s not enough for them to learn to count by rote, they have to develop a strong foundation of numbers and counting. You can see the other Counting Principle blog posts here. What …

# Counting Principles – Order Irrelevance

Order Irrelevance is the sixth blog post in a series about the Counting Principles. These principles are helpful when developing children’s number sense. It’s not enough for them to learn to count by rote, they have to develop a strong foundation of numbers and counting. You can see the other Counting Principle blog posts here. …

# Counting Principles – Conservation

Conservation is the fifth blog post in a series about the Counting Principles. These principles are helpful when developing children’s number sense. It’s not enough for them to learn to count by rote, they have to develop a strong foundation of numbers and counting. You can see the other Counting Principle blog posts here. What …

# Counting Principles – Cardinality

Cardinality is the fourth blog post in a series about Counting Principles. These principles are helpful when developing children’s number sense. It’s not enough for them to learn to count by rote, they have to develop a strong foundation of numbers and counting. You can see the other Counting Principle blog posts here. What is …

# Counting Principles – One-to-One Correspondence

A review of Counting Principles for kindergarten number sense. Free one-to-one correspondence number cards for your students to use to practice counting.