The little bee packet reinforces colors, number recognition 1-10, and ordering numbers.
This math center is for up to 4 children.
Children will have fun at this center recognizing numbers, addition, subtraction, 1-to-1 correspondence, and ordering numbers.
- direction sheet
- dice (0-5)
- 4 math mats
- 4 sets of beehives numbered 1-10
- 220 small bee erasers
- storage bag (fabric may vary)
- Small parts:
- This set contains small parts. It is not recommended for children younger than 3 years old.
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