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Toddler Math: Colorful 100 Chart Printable

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I made this for Damien (age 2 years, 2 months) recently, as he is really into numbers and counting. I don’t ask him to count out loud too often, as I usually count for him, but apparently he can count pretty high, especially when he is looking at written numerals. So far he has spontaneously counted to about 40, and…

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Toddler Math: Parts of a Circle Flash Cards, Video, & Poster

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My boys (ages 8 & 2) have been reviewing / learning the parts of a circle this week. They’ve been watching this video, but I’ve also made some printable flash cards and a printable poster for those of you who prefer the paper route. Enjoy! Click here to download the printable flash cards (half page size) Click here to download…

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Shape Block Matching Printable (for Melissa & Doug Shape Sorting Cube)

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A while back I made an alphabet magnet matching game. The simple poster was an exact match for our alphabet magnet set, and it looked like this: After making that game and seeing how simple and fun it was, I decided that I could use that same concept for a lot of other things. My next project was to make…

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Toddler Math: Colorful Bubble Number Line

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A number line is a great tool for teaching your child (of any age) many different math concepts. With the aid of a number line, a child can internalize that numbers can be represented as groups of objects or points on a line. Being able to understand numbers and their relationship to each other in more than one format is…

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Glenn Doman Inspired Baby Math Videos

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I put together some videos to teach babies and toddlers the basic concepts behind numbers, what they are, and the ways we represent them, using numbers zero through one hundred. They cover: Counting forwards Counting backwards Real numbers (subitization with random dot placements) Symbols for numbers (numerals) Reading number words Quantities arranged in straight rows Counting with one-to-one correspondence The…

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