This activity can be for small or whole groups. Skills in this activity include number identification 0-10, fine motor, counting, and understanding the relationship between numbers and quantities.
Who Took the Number from the Cookie Jar?
What better way to teach your children numbers. This activity will reinforce numbers, following directions and learning the names of their classmates. This is a great circle, whole group activity.
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A popular song and number activity. Teaches number recognition, ordering numbers, one-to-one correspondence, and following directions.
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Help “Old McDonald” count all of his farm animals. Reinforces number identification, counting and ordering numbers.
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A flannel board activity that will improve letter and math skills. Some of these skills include letter identification from a-z, number identification 1-20 and counting.
Have a lot of fun and perform a little magic with this activity. Children will learn to follow directions, recognize numbers, ordering, and learn the concept of more, less and the same.