Last week I created these colorful counting mats so my Three could do some gumball math as we learned about letter G.
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I created ten gumball math mats, each with a number printed on the bottom. Then I put the matching number of gray circles inside the machine.
For each mat, he read the number and counted the clear plastic counters as he placed them on the gray dots. This was great practice in one-to-one correspondence!
He wanted to use all orange circles when counting six gumballs.
As you can see, this kept us busy for quite some time!
I also made this version of the activity. If your child has one-to-one correspondence down, but could use practice counting out a certain number of objects, print this version. It has cards all the way up 20! Just print the last two pages of the download.
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