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Posted by Casey
I love doing rotations with my Preppies so I thought I would share some photos of some of the activities we did in rotations this week!
 
 
My lolly jar game is basically working on one to one correspondence and subitising with the dice. The kids love this game but I often catch them with a whole jar full of lollies! It’s a nice independent game but sometimes it does get a bit noisy!
 
 
 
This week I got the kids to make numerals out of playdough. Next week I’m thinking of adding some tens frames to the playdough station and getting the kids to make the numerals and show the number in the tens frame as well.
 
 
Over the weekend, I also made some new BUMP games for the kids to play in rotations. This game is also developing their ability to subitise the numbers on a dice but is also working on numeral recognisation and team work! I made three different game boards which are available to purchase as a set in my TPT store. Click the image below to go and check it out!
 
 
 

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Casey is an early years teacher turned stay at home mum to three little learners aged 6 and under. She is passionate about supporting parents that want to use play as a vehicle to bond with their little learners and create magical memories of childhood! You can follow Casey on Instagram right here.


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  1. Hi Casey,

    I love your lolly jar game – so cute! I downloaded a few freebie playdough mats to use in my Maths rotations. Both sets show the numeral, one shows the matching number of pictures (cars, cupcakes etc.) while the other shows dots. I like your idea of a ten frame too!!

    Lauren
    Love, Laughter and Learning in Prep

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