FCIT has a great collection of counting resources for early childhood ed. There are photos, numeral sets, drawings, audio counting rhymes, posters, and more.
Just one problem—they’re scattered all over various FCIT websites. For this post, I’ve done the searching for you and pulled together “countless” counting resources.
Use these images and counting rhymes to add interest and variety to learning stations, presentations, worksheets, class websites, whiteboard manipulatives, games, and other classroom activities. All of the colorful numerals have transparent backgrounds so they can be placed over other photos or backgrounds without an annoying white rectangle surrounding them. Enjoy!
Roy Winkelman is a 40+ year veteran teacher of students from every level kindergarten through graduate school. As the former Director of FCIT, he began the Center's focus on providing students with rich content collections from which to build their understanding. When not glued to his keyboard, Dr. Winkelman can usually be found puttering around his tomato garden in Pittsburgh. Questions about this post or suggestions for a future topic? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. To ensure that your email is not blocked, please do not change the subject line. Thank you!
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