Preschoolers are usually fond of rhythms and tend to pay more interest in musical leanings. There are various techniques which you can use to teach children math with rhythms and patterns thus making it effective for your students.
Make an arrangement in their study time and engage in rhythmic or musical patterns. They can add more complicated, deliberate patterns, such as "clap, clap, slap; clap, clap slap" to their repertoires. Teach children math with the different actions matching their basic concepts o leanings. Ask them to talk about these concepts, representing the pattern with words and actions they follow with it.
Usually kindergarten students enjoy making up new motions to fit the same pattern, so clap, clap slap is transformed into jump, jump, fall down; jump, jump, fall down. This is then further symbolized as a more extensive pattern. Teachers can teach children math in way to ask them describe such patterns with numbers like two of something, then one of something else. These are actually the first clear links among patterns, number, and algebra.
Children who have had these rhythmical experiences will intentionally recreate and discuss patterns in their own artwork that is usually needed for mathematical learning. Bring to bottom different techniques of rhythmical patterns that can be used effectively to teach children math. It’s noteworthy that once a child is able to get hold over these techniques, they build tendencies to perform with it over longer time period.