Snowball Count and Build

We always begin our day with morning tubs. I am always looking for quick and easy morning tub activities. Count and build activities are always a favorite with my class. This snowball count and build activity is a great way to practice one-to-one correspondence and build fine motor skills.

snowball count and build

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Snowball Count and Build

This activity is low prep. All you need to do is copy and laminate the counting boards. Students count the number of snowballs in each box. Then they build a tower with connecting cubes using the same number of cubes. This is a great activity for those who struggle with one-to-one correspondence.

snowballs on paper with counters stacked

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  1. Do the students leave the cubes on the mat or take them down before moving on?

    1. Renee Dooly says:

      You could do either way. I personally have them keep the cubes on the math. This forces them to be aware of their space and not knock them over. Hope that helps!

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