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The GIANT Encyclopedia of Math Activities for Children 3 to 6

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The GIANT Encyclopedia of Math Activities for Children 3 to 6

Materials

  • unlined drawing paper
  • stapler

 

What to do

1. Staple together five 5-page booklets for each child, with one number written at the bottom of each page in numerical order.

2. Invite the children to draw a corresponding number of seasonal objects on each page. For example, in the winter, the children could draw one snowball, two hats, three mittens, four earmuffs, and five coats. For the spring, the children could draw one rainbow, two drops of rain, three flowers, four worms, and five snails. For summer, the children could draw one sun, two fish, three seashells, four sun hats, and five sand buckets and shovel sets. For fall, the children could draw one tree, two apples, three pumpkins, four leaves, and five birds.

 

-Barbara Saul, Eureka, CA

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