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Hotel Transylvania 2 Counting Game

  This Hotel Transylvania 2 Counting Game includes your child’s favorite characters from the movie. Your preschooler won’t be able to resist playing over and over again (which means a lot of counting practice for your little one)! How to Play: Download and print the Hotel Transylvania Dice Game Mat. Gather 1 die and 10 …

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10 Fun Critical Thinking Activities for Preschoolers

Some children loves puzzles and love a challenge. There are different ways to strengthen critical thinking skills at an early age. Here are 10 critical thinking activities for preschoolers and older toddlers that will help young children become critical thinkers. These are simple activities that you can try today.  Critical Thinking Games     What …

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Logic, Reasoning, and Your Preschooler

Your preschooler is engaging in a world that is sometimes overwhelming and confusing.  Help her navigate these often rocky waters with activities that help build logic and reasoning skills! Logic, Reasoning, and Your Preschooler Shadow match games are fun and require your little one to address directionality and positioning.  I trace some objects (magnetic letters, …

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Guess the Number

Yesterday I shared a Number Tower activity with the same styrofoam cups. We put the numbered cups to use again with this “Guess the Number” Game. So simple and so fun! Get a small object (we used a flower eraser) and five cups. I decided to use cups 6-10 because those are harder for N …

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Number Towers

Make these DIY Number Towers for your preschooler! Write numbers on styrofoam cups from 1-10. Challenge your child to put them in order from 1 to 10 and/or from 10 to 1 by stacking them and making a number tower.  I love that this quick activity gives your kids a chance to identify numbers and …

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Patterns

  An ice cube tray is great for introducing patterns. We used plastic bears for our pattern “game”, but you can use anything you have on hand – blocks, crackers (cheese it, ritz, cheese it, ritz), beads, etc. I put bears in an AB pattern in the top row (red, yellow, red, yellow). AB patterns …

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