Last year we played a very fun game of Find and Erase! I got this idea from a post at The Moffatt Girls blog, and so I made it to fit my grandkids. Since her post was for a toddler I just customized it for a preschooler, and a kinder. I split the dry erase board down the middle with a squiggly line, then on one side I made numbers and dots. On the other side I made addition and subtraction problems. I didn’t let the kids see it until it was finished (no figuring out before I was ready).
I made sure all his problems equaled her numbers. Then I called out a number and they had to erase the answer. It was really fun. Of course his was a bit harder so it took him a little longer, but they still had a great time. We did it several times before they had had enough.
A great way to practice math…and so much fun too!