This is a math center for up to 4 children. The apple center will help children identify numbers, ordering numbers, 1-to-1 correspondence, addition, subtraction, and fine motor skills.
Five Little Letters
Put the apples on the tree and watch them fall. Children will learn to practice identifying lowercase letters and their sounds.
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