Writing tips - this infographic helps you find descriptive words to use to replace plain, boring ones!
Match shapes to outlines on cardboard. You can extend this by sorting the shapes or talking about the different attributes of shapes. You can even use the felt shapes to combine and make new shapes and objects once your child is older.
This would be a fun idea for kids! Chopsticks or tweezers for fine motor skills, used to pick up and drop pom-poms into color matched paper rolls
Writing in salt (this site has Montessori & Montessori-inspired activities).
geo board simple DIY homemade fine motor math toy
Easy number recognition...could use to match numerals and ten frames, etc.
Counting, maths ideas in school, preschool, nursery
The Imagination Tree: Sort and Count Maths Bottles