New Product – Pom Pom Counting 1-10 Popsicles

New Product - Pom Pom Counting 1-10 Popsicles (HKD 5 NOT including postage ) Can be picked up at Tseung Kwan O MTR station from Mon to Sun 12noon to 5pm. Ideal for toddlers and preschoolers to practice counting. Can also be used for "What's missing?" game, and many more. Each popsicle stick measures around … Continue reading New Product – Pom Pom Counting 1-10 Popsicles

Various teaching materials for Maths

Set A - Number Bond to 10 Puzzle HKD 5 (NOT including postage ) Ideal for preschoolers and kindergarteners. You can purchase this set from my shop . +++++++++++++ Set B - Number Cards for Addition and Subtraction Ideal for preschoolers and kindergarteners. You can purchase this set from my shop . +++++++++++++ Set C … Continue reading Various teaching materials for Maths

Free printable – Easter Egg Number Hunt

I designed a low-prep Easter Egg number hunt activity for the kids to play and learn.   I know that we are all busy and tired mums so I made the activity very simple. There are three sets of different printable in the PDF. 1) Number CardsĀ (3 pages) - this is the only thing you … Continue reading Free printable – Easter Egg Number Hunt

Restaurant Pretend Play printable

I would like to share with you my latest printable that I designed and created for my son. It is a restaurant pretend play printable. It has a wide variety of food and drinks with both English and Chinese words. Each item has a price so your kid can practice addition and money sense while … Continue reading Restaurant Pretend Play printable

Dot Stickers Stripes for Maths

These dot stickers stripes are made with leftover black cardstock paper given by my friend. The white dot stickers were also given by other friend. I combined these 2 simple items and made some paper stripes which can be used in Maths. I used them to consolidate J's addition work. They can also be used … Continue reading Dot Stickers Stripes for Maths

Handmade Counting Booklet using Stamps

I have many beautiful stamps that I collected over the years. I stamped them on the paper, wrote some simple instructions, and made it into a booklet. If you don't have stamps you can draw. I use the transparent counters to mark the answers so I can reuse the booklet. Otherwise you can let your … Continue reading Handmade Counting Booklet using Stamps

Touch and Feel Counting Cards

#playwithpackagingmaterials I made these touch and feel counting cards today with J. I used form stickers and pom pom rather than normal plain stickers / drawing to add some sensory fun while introducing simple counting. This activity is ideal for preschoolers. How to play: 1) Simple counting You can let your child to touch and … Continue reading Touch and Feel Counting Cards

Simple Counting Busy Bag with leftover Paper Stripes

This is a super duper simple Busy Bag to make. I have a lot of leftover paper stripes from working on my products and I saved them for making some little busy bags for my son to play. You only need a few equipments to make this busy bag: A cutter to cut the paper … Continue reading Simple Counting Busy Bag with leftover Paper Stripes

Easy to make counting activity using cardboard and bottle lids

#playwithpackagingmaterials Today I would like to share with you an activity that I made with recycling materials only. It is very simple and easy to make. Equipment : I found some cardboard from my collection of packaging materials. I cut them into the same size. I made 10 cardboard cards for the numbers 1 - … Continue reading Easy to make counting activity using cardboard and bottle lids

Pretend HK Money to teach kids about basic money skills – HKD 70 (postage included)

Pretend HK Money to teach kids about basic money skills - HKD 70 (postage included) Learning how to identify and use money is an important skill to learn at an early age. I have created a set of pretend HK money for money recognition and identification. It also helps the kids to master the concepts … Continue reading Pretend HK Money to teach kids about basic money skills – HKD 70 (postage included)