This is a great whole group activity that teaches letter recognition, patterning, ordering, and following directions.
Where Are All the Numbers?
This is a great whole group activity that teaches number recognition 0-30, patterning, ordering, and following directions.
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A fun and unique way to teach numbers to your children using the “old woman theme.”