Written by Janine Byler Sweets have often been used as motivators for kids. They’re given to kids as rewards for doing something good or behaving positively. They’re great for instant gratification, and kids love them! It sounds appealing, sure, but they may not be a good practice in the long run. Using candies as […]
Looking for some ways to incorporate candy corns with preschool math activities? Try one of these candy corn math ideas with our free printables. Candy Corn Counting Cut out our Candy Corn number cards and laminate them. Have children place the number of candy corns on each card, corresponding with the number on the husk.
Math manipulatives are great for children to use for problem-solving and understanding basic math concepts. They also encourage imaginative play and exploration. Here are some popular math manipulatives to consider. Pattern Blocks Unifix Cubes Counting Bears One Inch Cubes Attribute Blocks Geoboards Base 10 Blocks Double Sided Counters Links Dominos Dice Big Buttons™ Geometric