Reggio Inspired: Math

Yet another peek into Rosa Parks Preschool:

 Canvas board number frieze with real objects showing quantity.  And, of course, the glitter!
 I love these little silver buckets of counting objects.
Notice the tubes above with the number labels? And all these cool rocks.  Super uber cool.
 A super idea!  Put an arrival question in a picture frame.
Number wood chips.   Simply put on a number sticker and paint on the wood.  When dry, remove the  sticker.  Easy peasy.
Here is the great math practice found in setting the table (counting, position, and one-to-one correspondence to name a few).

Finally, counting sticks.

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  1. Deborah says:

    These are all simply wonderful! I think we will use them all!!

    • I know! This little preschool was a powerhouse of great ideas!!!!

  2. A super idea! Put an arrival help me with math question in a picture frame.

  3. Kay Parson says:

    Love your blog! Where did you find the wooden tray under the Cardboard tubes?

    • Sally says:

      It’s a double leveled lazy susan. I think I got it at a department store in the kitchen section. It’s so handy!

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