Teaching preschool math should be fun, engaging, and hands-on! You’d be surprised how quickly preschoolers can grasp a math concept when they’re having fun!
15 Ways to Teach Preschool Math without Worksheets
While two of my three kids loved workbooks and worksheets, my middle child was a hands-on learner. Writing made him grumpy. Workbooks were the enemy. So, I spent a lot of time coming up with fun and creative ways to engage him in his math lessons.
In order to understand that events occur in a natural order, young minds need to have a good grasp of sequencing. Sequencing is the understanding of the order in which related events, movements, or things follow each other.
I’ve been amazed at how many lesson plans include learning to use a calendar when my kids learn the skill at an early age. I have never included calendar lessons in our math lessons or morning times. Yet all six kids easily and painlessly learned to use a calendar.