Looking for a fun indoor math activity to do with your preschooler? Try these number cards!
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Our beautiful fall weather has come to an end, and even though it’s still October, winter weather is here! I created this counting activity to help us make the most of being indoors.
I created a set of number cards. Each card has a picture of an object we can easily find in our house.
How to assemble
Before we began our hunt, we read all the cards. This was good practice with number identification.
My Three knows some of her numbers, but she wasn’t sure about this one.
The set has 40 different cards – with two different cards for each number 1-20.
Since my daughter is still working at basic counting, I only used the 1-10 cards.
We found three hats in the closet.
She collected nine spoons from the kitchen drawer.
We raided Daddy’s desk for the paper clips.
It’s hard to count ten objects in a row! (I helped.)
Dumping out the button jar …
This one was easy!
Counting to two = easy peasy.
She needed some help with this one.
We counted four dice.
My One wanted to grab the stuffed animals after we counted.
We finished with seven toy cars.
I didn’t share every picture, but we counted 20 different sets of objects! We hope you can use these counting cards at your own house. Have fun!
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