Today I’m sharing an updated version of one of my first printables! It’s a free file folder game for preschoolers.
To give my youngest son (age three) some practice with one-to-one correspondence and number recognition, I created an updated version of my ice cream game.
It’s nice to be able to keep an activity in a file folder for easy storage and reference!
When you click the link, you will find two pages of colorful ice cream cones decorated with round sprinkles. To play, just print all three pages and cut apart the numbers on the last page. If you’d like, laminate the boards and numbers and attach with clear Velcro dots.
My Three could count all the dots accurately until he got to the ice cream cones with 9 and 10 dots. For those he needed some help.
Just a few months ago he could only have gotten to three dots, so it’s exciting to see his math ability grow!
Get your free ice cream game HERE.
( This post was originally published 8, 2013).
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