Teaching kids numbers is easy. It’s a case of encouraging them to associate numbers with the things they see and do every day, while at the same time making the process as fun as possible. You'll need:
white paper - 10 sheets;
various pictures or stickers;
Draw on the white sheets large numbers from 1 to 10. Then draw several geometrical shapes on the top and a table of ten cells at the bottom of the sheets.
Cut small circles from the colored paper. Offer your kid to color the numbers with color pencils or markers. Then offer him/her to color the appropriate quantity of the geometrical shapes and to glue the appropriate quantity of circles to the table cells, as it is shown in the photos. Glue the appropriate number of pictures or stickers:
You can also ask your kid to find the numbers among the others on the sheet and trace them with a pencil.
Play and learn! Be creative! Learn one number every day Learn all the numbers from 1 to 10. Attach the sheets at your kid's playing area one by one - thus the little one will learn to count and to count down.
Make photos of your kid learning numbers during the process, upload to the App. Write about your kid's new skills.
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