A popular song and number activity. Teaches number recognition, ordering numbers, one-to-one correspondence, and following directions.
Seven Little Letters
A flannel board activity to reinforce letters and letter sounds. Found on Dr. Jean’s CD: “Is Everybody Happy?”
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