Tuesday, March 31, 2015

DIY Nesting Math Eggs

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Plastic Easter eggs are so much fun to play with. We've used them on the light table, turned them into Wobbly eggs, and used them in 6 different sensory bins. Now we're using the plastic Easter eggs for a simple math game that also works on fine motor skills. It was an easy, yet fun, way to sneak some extra math learning into our day. Not that my oldest really needs the extra practice since his hypernumeracy has already accelerated his math skills by quite a few years. But my three year old sure enjoyed "cracking" each egg! 


DIY nesting math eggs - a simple fine motor math tray for kids from And Next Comes L