Math pre-k activities

Preschool Math Games and Activities to Engage Young Learners

Preschoolers have lots of important math skills to learn before they start kindergarten. Counting, number sense, sorting, patterns, comparing size, and so much more—these are all concepts toddlers need so they can move on to more advanced math concepts. These preschool math games and activities help kids master those skills in ways that are just as fun as playtime!

1. String beads on pipe cleaners

This is one of those classic preschool math games that has so many benefits for young learners. They get fine motor control practice along with learning to count, recognize numerals, and put numbers in order. All you need are pipe cleaners and beads.

Learn more: Laughing Kids Learn

2. Monster Dice Match

Rolling dice gives kids a chance to practice counting and subitizing. Get the printable for this free matching game at the link.

Learn more: The Measured Mom—Monster Dice


Build and count

You’ll find lots of dice-related preschool math games out there. In this one, kids roll the dice and then stack blocks together. They finish by counting the blocks all together, an early intro to addition.


Learn more: Hands On as We Grow

4. Flip Uno cards to make a match

Get some memory practice while you learn numerals. Uno cards, with their bright and cheery colors and large numbers, are perfect for this, but regular playing cards work too.

Learn more: Primary Playground

5. Tag the number

We love that this game gives kids a chance to move! Tape up numbers on the wall (or write them on a whiteboard). Then have kids roll a die and run to tag the number that comes up. You can play this game in other ways too, like calling out the numbers randomly yourself, or taping the numbers in a variety of places around the room.

Learn more: This Reading Mama


Build a city

Stack building blocks and build a city skyline. You’ll get a different result every time, making this one of those preschool math games kids can play again and again.

Learn more: Cinta + Co.

7. Race to fill the cup

So simple and so fun! Grab a bin of math cubes or small toys and some plastic cups. Kids roll a polyhedral die (you can also try flipping playing cards or Uno cards) and place that many items in their cup. The first to completely fill their cup wins!

Learn more: Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls—Fill the Cup

8. Hunt for numbers

Combine a sensory experience with some number practice. Fill a bin with sand, then bury playing cards for kids to find and match up.

Learn more: Busy Toddler/Number Hunt

9. Bounce a balloon

Everyone loves playing with balloons! Roll a die, then see if you can bounce a balloon into the air that many times without letting it hit the ground.

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Build a beetle

This is just like the original Cootie game, but no need to buy anything! Just cut beetle pieces from construction paper, then roll a die and see if you can be the first to assemble your bug!

Learn more: Teach Beside Me

11. Create shapes with sticks

Toddlers need to master their shapes, and this is a clever way to do it. Put together sets of wood craft sticks (use the same color for each shape) and let little fingers turn them into triangles, squares, and other shapes.

Learn more: Team Cartwright

12. Send bears into hibernation caves

Make “caves” from plastic bowls, then send little toy bears into “hibernation” in each one! Learn how the game works at the link.

Learn more: Pocket of Preschool

13. Park numbered cars

Vroom vroom! Number your toy cars to match the slots in a cardboard parking lot. Kids will have fun zooming them into the right places.

Learn more: B-Inspired Mama


Line up dominoes

Dominoes are fantastic math learning tools. This game is a sneaky introduction to addition, as kids count up the total number of dots on each domino and put them in the proper place.

Learn more: Busy Toddler—Domino Line-Up

15. Copy ice tray patterns

Seeing and matching patterns is a key skill for preschoolers. Placing pom-poms into ice cube trays with plastic tweezers helps them work on fine motor skills too.

Learn more: Planning Playtime

16. Rubber Duck Math Race

In this game, kids race to see who can be the first to get their rubber duckies to 10 (or any number you choose). They roll a die and lay out tiles to move their duck. The twist? To get to 10 at the end, they must roll the exact number they need—no going over! Preschool math games like this help kids master counting to 10 and counting on.

Learn more: Happy Toddler Playtime—Rubber Duck Race

17. Feed the LEGO monster

Sort LEGO bricks by color, shape, or number of dots. Then compare the number that wind up in each bag to learn the concept of “more or less.”

Learn more: Toddler Approved

18. Drop blocks into tubes

Upcycle some empty cardboard tubes by labeling them with numbers. Then drop small items like blocks or caps into the tubes to match the numbers.

Learn more: Happy Toddler Playtime—Tube Counting

19. Compare numbers to music

Prep for this game by using dot markers on paper plates as shown (visit the link below for more examples). Each kid takes a plate and uses it to “drive” around the room as you play music. When the music stops, they find a nearby partner and compare what they see on each other’s plates (e.g., “8 dots is more than 4 dots. 1 green dot is less than 4 green dots.”). Then start the music up and repeat!

20. Hold a shape scavenger hunt

Preschool math students are learning to recognize shapes in their environment and also to categorize and sort. This scavenger hunt does it all! Send them out to find objects in the room that match the shapes. Then count and compare to see how many you have in each category.

Learn more: Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls—Shape Scavenger Hunt

If you loved these preschool math games, be sure to check out 20 Simple and Fun Preschool Science Experiments and Activities.

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Hands-On Math Activities for Preschoolers

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Math is so fun to teach to preschoolers because there are a lot of daily activities that incorporate math. Preschoolers don’t need worksheets for math…they should learn through play and hands-on activities.

1. Patterns with Bears

Counting Bears are a great math manipulative to use with preschoolers. You can sort, count, or use them with patterns.

I created some pattern cards to help with this. The first page is an AB pattern, meaning two colors alternate in the pattern. The second page is an ABC pattern, meaning three are three colors in the pattern. For this activity, your preschooler will set the colored bear on top of the matching color to create a pattern. On the ABC pattern cards, the last circle is left empty. That is for your child to tell you what color it should be.

You can get the color patterns printable at the bottom of this post.

Math Skill: Patterns and Relationships

You can find more pattern activities here.

2. Sorting Colors with Bears

Sorting is a skill preschoolers should work on a lot. One way to sort is by color. We do this with our counting bears and a sorting mat.

You can get the sorting mat printable at the bottom of this post.

You can even use colored tape and pom poms to practice sorting! Add in some tweezers for some extra fine motor practice.

We also love counting mats! These are great for learning to count and working on one-to-one correspondence.

Math Skill: Patterns and Relationships

3. Money Muncher

A fun way to work on sorting is with the Money Muncher! It’s also a great activity for fine motor skills. To see all the fun details, click here.

Math Skill: Patterns and Relationships

4. Sorting Jelly Beans

Anytime we work with candy, my kids love it! You can sort M&Ms or jelly beans or whatever! To see how we did this with jelly beans, click here.

You can get the jelly bean sorting printable at the bottom of this post.

One more idea for sorting is by using toy animals. Have them sort by different characteristics, such as land animals and sea animals.

Math Skill: Patterns and Relationships

5. Graphing

Graphing is always good to introduce to preschoolers. It doesn’t have to be complex, but you can do a simple activity like graphing the types of transportation on a bar graph and use small pictures or toys (or I used erasers from The Dollar Tree).

Make graphing hands-on using apples! Even young preschoolers can begin learning about graphing with this activity.

Check out this free gumball graphing activity right here.

Math Skill: Patterns and Relationships

6. Shape Wheel

This is a fun activity for learning shapes! Just print this shape wheel and draw the same colored shapes onto clothespins. Have your child match the clothespin to the shape on the wheel. This is great for working on fine motor skills!

You can get the shape wheel printable at the bottom of this post.

Math Skill: Geometry

7. Shape Sorter

An easy way to practice shapes is with a Shape Sorter! I bought these shapes at Michaels Craft Store many years ago, but these 3D geometric shapes would be a good option if you’re interested in creating a Shape Sorter. Check out this post for details on how to make this easy math activity.

Math Skill: Geometry

8. Noodle Shape Cards

A neat sensory activity and a fun way to learn shapes are with noodles! See the post here to download the free shape cards.

Math Skill: Geometry

9. Foam Sticks

Learn shapes in the tub with these foam sticks! You can see how we did this here.

Another fun way to practice shapes is with the cookie shapes matching activity!

And my favorite way to teach about shapes is with my shape rhymes!

10. Dice Game

This is a really fun game! I took this Melissa & Doug wooden toy and put white circle stickers on the top of the pegs. I wrote numbers 1-6 and had 2 stars. I had my son roll the dice and whatever number it landed on, he would pound with a toy hammer. If the number he rolled was already down, he hit the star. Not only was this fun for him, but he was able to “subitize”, which simply means to recognize numbers instantly without counting the dots.

Math Skill: Number Concepts

11. Star Number Cards

Practice counting and recognizing numbers with star number cards. This one is great for working on one-to-one correspondence and fine motor skills.

You can get the star number printable cards at the bottom of this post.

Math Skill: Number Concepts

12. Ladybug Math

We made these adorable ladybugs and they were a hit! Not only were they fun to play with, but we did a lot of counting and sorting with them. Read all about it here.

Math Skill: Number Concepts

13. Balloons

Learn the order of numbers with this really fun game involving balloons! Check out the details here.

  Math Skill: Number Concepts

14. Estimating with Water

We learned about estimation with a dropper with some fun, hands-on water activities.

Math Skill: Measurement

15.  Pouring and Comparing

We practiced pouring skills with rice into these beakers. Then I had my son line them up from biggest to smallest. Using comparative words like big/small or empty/full help teach preschoolers about simple concepts of measurement. This is simple and you could elaborate on this activity.

One more easy way to practice measurement is with Unifix cubes. Place different lengths of tape on the floor or poster board. Then have your child use Unifix cubes to measure the lines. This is a simple way to practice counting, measuring, and comparing lengths.

Math Skill: Measurement

Lastly, check out this really easy and fun way to practice counting!

If you’re looking for digital math activities, make sure to check out my counting activities using Google Slides.

If you’d like to download the 5 free printables I shared in this blog post, just click on the button below!

Abstract of a lesson in mathematics in the senior group "Mathematical Journey to a Fairy Tale" | Plan-summary of a lesson in mathematics (senior group) on the topic:

Municipal state-owned preschool educational institution "Kindergarten No. 5 of the general developing type of the urban district of the city of Novovoronezh"

Lesson in mathematics

"Mathematical journey into a fairy tale"

for older children groups

Prepared by the teacher: Korablina A. V.

2018 nine0003

Abstract of a lesson in mathematics in the senior group

"Mathematical journey into a fairy tale"

Purpose: To continue to form elementary mathematical representations.


  • Educational: Consolidate children's knowledge of the sequence of digits in forward and reverse order.
  • Exercise in the ability to sequentially name the seasons, months, days of the week, parts of the day
  • Consolidate knowledge of geometric shapes. nine0024
  • Strengthen the ability to navigate on a sheet of paper.


  • Develop social skills, ability to work in a group, in pairs; find solutions and draw conclusions.
  • Develop attention, logical thinking, memory and speech.


  • To cultivate restraint, perseverance, goodwill, feelings of mutual assistance, a desire to help. nine0024

Methods and techniques:

Visual: handout figures, illustrations.

Verbal: conversation, questions, riddles

Practical: physical education.


Illustrations, magnetic board, handout numbers from 1 to 10, sheet of A4 white paper, colored pencils.


Educator: Guys, do you like fairy tales? Would you like to get into a fairy tale and help our heroes?

Today I want to tell you a fairy tale, a fairy tale is not simple, magical, with mathematical tasks. nine0003

And to get into a fairy tale, you need to close your eyes and say the magic words “1, 2, 3 turn around, find yourself in a fairy tale!”

We open our eyes. The story begins.

Once upon a time there was a king. And he had a beautiful daughter. Here the tsar somehow left on his royal affairs, but his daughter remained at home. She went out into the garden for a walk, and then the wind came up, picked up the princess and carried her away to the Far Far Away kingdom. The tsar became sad and asked Ivan, the tsarevich, to find the princess. There is Ivan - Tsarevich for a day, for two. Approaches the hut on chicken legs. And Baba Yaga lives there. Tsarevich Ivan told about his misfortune. Baba Yaga promised to help if Ivan Tsarevich answered her questions. nine0003

Listen carefully to Baba Yaga's questions:


  • What day of the week is it today?
  • What was the day of the week yesterday?
  • What day of the week will it be tomorrow?
  • What day of the week will the day after tomorrow be?
  • What seasons do you know? Name.
  • How many months are there in a year? Name.
  • What is the first month of the year?
  • Name the parts of the day.

Educator: We coped with the task of Baba Yaga. nine0003

Baba Yaga gave a ball and sent the prince to Kikimora. She has a map. The ball rolled, and the prince followed him. The ball rolled to the swamp. And Kikimora appeared before the prince. She listened to the prince and decided to help, and in order to get a card, you must complete her task.

Educator: Let's help Tsarevich Ivan.

To move on, we need to build a bridge across the swamp, but an unusual bridge, but from numbers. From 1 to 9 and vice versa.

(Children lay out the numbers in order from 1 to 9and vice versa)

  • Name the number greater than 2 by 1 (3)
  • The smallest digit (1), the largest digit (9)
  • The digit that is less than 7 by 1 (6)
  • 7)
  • Show a number greater than 3 by 2. (5)
  • Name the neighbors of number 9. (8 and 10)

Educator: Well done! We coped with the task, and Kikimora gave a map to Ivan - the prince can go further. The ball rolled on and led Ivan Tsarevich into the fairy forest. nine0003

-So we ended up in a fairy forest.

Miracles happen in the forest. The forest dwellers prepared a quick wits task:

  • How many ears do two mice have? (4) Why?
  • How many tummies do 5 hippos have? (5)
  • Birds were flying over the river: dove, pike, two tits? How many birds? (3) Why?
  • How many hooves does a horse have when the horse lies in the grass? (4) Explain.
  • How many houses do 100 ants have? (1)
  • How many times a year does Ivan Tsarevich have a birthday? (nineteen0024
  • What about you? (1)

Problems - riddles:

  • I found in the hollow of a squirrel

Nine pieces of small nuts.

Here is another one,

carefully covered with moss.

Well, squirrel, here is the hostess!

Count all the nuts! (10) (How did the number 10 come about?)

-Children's answers.

  • Six merry piglets,

Stand in a row at the trough! nine0003

Pigs left. ..(5)

  • Six puppies

Plus mom-like.

How much will it be?

Count - ka! (7)

  • With his nose up high

The hare carried six carrots,

Stumbled and fell -

Lost two carrots. How many carrots does the hare have left? (4)

  • One day three chickens,

And with them three mice,

Three merry ones with them,

Washed piglets

Did you run early and play in the clearing? (9)

  • Three hares, five hedgehogs

They go to kindergarten together.

We will ask you to count,

How many kids are in the kindergarten? (8)

Well done, guys! Done with the task!

Are you a little tired?

The inhabitants of the forest advised me to gain strength in order to move on.

Physical education minute

Ivan Tsarevich:

One - bent down, straightened out,

Two - bent down, straightened out,

Three - three claps in his hands,

Three nods with his head,

Spread his hands to the sides and went, went, followed the princess into the wilderness of the forest,

Suddenly he saw a stump, sat quietly and dozed off.

Educator: Children, open your eyes, you see, there is a castle in front of us, in which the princess is hidden. The gates of the castle are closed, there is a high stone wall around the castle! How to get there?

- I came up with it! And let's make a carpet - an airplane, and then Ivan Tsarevich will be able to fly over a high wall on it! nine0003

To do this, we need to sit down at the tables and start making magic carpets.

Pencils and paper in front of you. Get ready to listen to the task and draw (Graphic dictation):

  • Draw a red square in the upper left corner;
  • Draw a green rectangle in the lower right corner;
  • Draw a blue triangle in the lower left corner;
  • Draw a yellow circle in the upper right corner.
  • Draw an orange oval in the center; nine0024
  • To the right of the orange oval, draw a pink rhombus
  • To the left, a purple trapezoid

Educator: now let's check:

What geometric figure did Yegor draw

in the lower right corner?

Where did Polina draw the yellow circle?

In which corner did Dima draw an oval?


-Children, how did we decorate our carpets?

Children's answers. (Geometric shapes)

Educator: Well done. Ivan Tsarevich flew over the wall and freed the princess! nine0003

They returned to the king and began to live, live and make good!

Educator: And it's time for us to return to kindergarten. Close your eyes and start counting from 1 to 5.

(Children count in chorus)

Here we are in kindergarten.
We visited a fairy tale,
We learned a lot,
We returned back,
Kindergarten is very glad to us.

Summing up:

Where did we guys travel today?

What did you like?

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Summary of the lesson on FEMP in the middle group "Account within 3" nine0325
Mathematics for children
Author: Soshkina Raisa Ivanovna
01/05/2023 17:17

Summary of the lesson on FEMP in the middle group "Account within 3"

Compiled by: Soshkina R. I. Municipal budgetary educational institution "Lyceum No. 1" Dobrinka village, Lipetsk region Dobrinka - 2022

Purpose: Familiarization with the number and number 3.



  • To introduce the ordinal count within 3
  • Correlate the number 3 with the quantity.
  • Learn to distinguish between equality by the number of objects, expressing the results of the definition in speech: equally, the same as.
  • Guess a riddle based on visual perception of information.
  • nine0023 Continue to learn to compare familiar objects in size, denoted by the words (large, smaller, small) .

Didactic game "Tangram"
Mathematics for children
Author: Popova Daria Gennadievna nine0325
01/04/2023 10:14

Didactic game "Tangram"


Educator: Popova Daria Gennadievna


Puzzles - toys for all time. For a long time, craftsmen have been making similar fun, characterized by a variety of solutions. Before the advent of computers and the rapid development of board games, one of the main entertainment for most people was a puzzle game Tangram . Nowadays, there are also a lot of people who are fond of puzzles. They are loved not only by children, but also by adults. This is a way of entertainment and an opportunity to develop logical thinking and geometric intuition.

Didactic game "Entertaining mathematics"
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Author: Popova Daria Gennadievna
01/04/2023 10:08

Didactic game "Entertaining mathematics"


Educator: Popova Daria Gennadievna

Relevance. "The subject of mathematics is so serious that it is useful not to miss an opportunity, to make it a little entertaining" B. Pascal

The use of gaming technologies is due to the social need to improve the quality of education in children's educational institutions and the practical need to use modern educational programs in preschool educational institutions. With the introduction of the Federal State Educational Standard for Preschool Education, the use of gaming technologies in the educational process of kindergarten will help expand the possibilities for introducing modern methodological developments into pedagogical work, and will also contribute to the targeted formation of mathematical concepts. The game, as the leading type of children's activity, including mathematical content, carries information that is very close and understandable to a preschooler. With the help of games, children receive a cognitive charge that makes children want to act and play. nine0003

Final lesson on FEMP in the middle group
Mathematics for children
Author: Pagieva Tamara Kuzminichna
01/02/2023 22:23

Final lesson on FEMP in the middle group

nine0002 Educator: Pagieva T.K.


  • Summarize the knowledge, ideas, skills that children have received during the school year.


  • To consolidate the ability to group and compare geometric shapes: by color, number of angles and shape;
  • Strengthen the skills of correlating a number with a quantity;
  • Fix forward and reverse ordinal counting within 9, name the neighbors of any number from the number series;
  • Develop logical thinking and ability to answer the question;
  • Develop curiosity.
Summary of directly educational activities in the preparatory school group "Let's help the Queen of Mathematics"
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Author: Enikeeva Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
12/30/2022 10:04

Summary of directly educational activities in the preparatory school group "Let's help the Queen of Mathematics"

Municipal autonomous preschool educational institution child development center - kindergarten No. 82, Tomsk

Educator of the highest qualification category Enikeeva Ekaterina Alexandrovna Tomsk - 2022

Purpose: generalization and consolidation of elementary mathematical knowledge and skills in children in the preparatory school group


  • Strengthen forward and backward counting up to 10. Strengthen the ability to use mathematical signs >, <,
  • Practice orientation on a sheet of paper, fix spatial representations (left - right, up - down) . Strengthen the ability to solve simple arithmetic problems using logical thinking
  • To consolidate knowledge about geometric shapes and solids. To consolidate knowledge of the days of the week, parts of the day, seasons.
  • Develop attention, memory, thinking, coherent speech Develop independence Develop skills for independent work
  • Cultivate responsiveness, Cultivate purposefulness, cognitive interest in mathematical knowledge Physical education (exercise)


GCD for REMP in the senior group "Help Grandma for the New Year"
Mathematics for children
Author: Tarasova Anna Gennadievna
12/30/2022 07:41

NOD for REMP in the senior group "Help Grandma for the New Year"

Municipal Budgetary Preschool Educational Institution D / S No. 17 "Scarlet Flower" Combined view of the urban district of the city of Kumertau of the Republic of Bashkortostan. teacher: Tarasova A. G.

Software content:

  • Identify the acquired knowledge, ideas, skills that children have received
  • Improve the ability to find the place of a number in a series, count to 10 and back; nine0024
  • Improve knowledge of geometric shapes and the shape of objects.
"Experience in the development of intellectual abilities of preschoolers through mental arithmetic"
Mathematics for children
Author: Zvereva Ekaterina Vladimirovna nine0325
24.12.2022 11:59

"Experience in developing the intellectual abilities of preschoolers through mental arithmetic"

Zvereva E. V., Educator MBDOU "Kindergarten No. 50 of the combined type" , Vyritsa village, Gatchinsky district, Leningrad region.

Currently, work with gifted children is becoming more and more priority. This is connected with the tasks of preserving and developing the intellectual potential of the country and its spiritual revival. The current socio-cultural and educational situation has put forward the problem of early diagnosis of gifted children as a priority. The creation of optimal conditions for the upbringing and education of gifted children solves the urgent task of forming the creative potential of society. nine0003

Giftedness is understood as a high level of development of children's abilities, allowing him to achieve success in certain areas of activity. The group of gifted children may include children of middle and older preschool age, who have higher intellectual abilities compared to the majority; have a dominant, active, non-saturable cognitive need, experience joy from mental labor. Such children are characterized by a high rate of development of the intellectual and creative spheres, depth and unconventional thinking. nine0003

One of the tasks of the psychological and pedagogical support of the child is to provide conditions for the self-realization of the individual, using modern developing learning technologies.

The role of didactic games in the formation of ideas about the shape of objects and geometric figures.
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Author: Nosova Anna Aleksandrovna Loginova Oksana Alekseevna Kokoreva Svetlana Vladimirovna Agafonova Irina Aleksandrovna Chirkova Elena Yakovlevna Kazarkina Yulia Aleksandrovna
23.12.2022 22:13

The role of didactic games in the formation of ideas about the shape of objects and geometric figures.

  • Nosova A.A.. teacher,
  • Kokoreva S.V. educator,
  • Agafonova I.A. educator,
  • Chirkova E.Ya. educator,
  • Loginova O.A. educator,
  • Kazarkina Yu.A. educator.

MBDOU "Kindergarten No. 82" , Dzerzhinsk, Nizhny Novgorod region

In the history of the development of preschool didactics and methods for the formation of mathematical representations, the place and role of entertaining material were considered from different positions. At the beginning of our century, when there were no special works aimed at revealing the methods of teaching mathematics to preschoolers, the simplest entertaining material was included in general collections of entertaining mathematics. It was pointed out the possibility of using it with the aim of children to study at school, to develop ingenuity. nine0003

Entertaining games in the development of mathematical abilities of preschool children
Mathematics for children
Author: Zelenskaya Natalia Nikolaevna
12/17/2022 22:19

Entertaining games in the development of mathematical abilities of preschool children


COMPLETED BY: Zelenskaya Natalia Nikolaevna, educator MBDOU ZATO Vidyaevo Kindergarten No. 2 Yolochka Murmansk 2022

Childhood is a period of intensive development, upbringing and learning.

The world in which the modern child develops is fundamentally different from the world in which his parents grew up. This makes qualitatively new requirements for preschool education as the first link in lifelong education, the social order of society requires children who are liberated, with well-developed communication skills, with developed speech, tolerant, socially significant and self-confident. nine0003

Summary of the GCD on the formation of elementary mathematical concepts and the development of speech in the age group "Journey to the fairy tale" Teremok "
Mathematics for children
Author: Polyakova Oksana Kimovna
14. 12.2022 08:59

Abstract of the GCD on the formation of elementary mathematical concepts and the development of speech in the age group "Journey to the fairy tale "Teremok"


Abstract was compiled by: Polyakova Oksana Kimovna, educator, specialist of the second category, 26.11.2022 Alchevsk 2022

Purpose: To continue to introduce children to the fairy tale. Develop children's mental abilities through educational games.


GCD SCENARIO according to FEMP using educational games V.V. Voskobovich. Topic: "How the Numbers prepared for the New Year's Eve""
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Author: Reshedko Tatyana Nikolaevna
14. 12.2022 08:53

GCD SCENARIO according to FEMP using educational games V.V. Voskobovich. Topic: “How the Numbers prepared for the New Year””

Scenario GCD (Training)

Age group: senior preschool age.

Topic GCD: “How the Numbers prepared for the New Year” .

Leading educational area: Cognitive Development (FEMP)

Forms of organization: work in pairs, group work

Category of children: pupils with developmental norm.



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