The last activity we did was to practice number recognition and counting.
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Using the same Christmas tree cutout and removable dot stickers I labeled one set of stickers with the numbers 1-9. The other set of stickers was labeled with dot sets from 1-9. I placed the stickers with dots on the Christmas tree and left the set out for Lovey to match.
It was a quick and festive way to incorporate a little number recognition into our holiday activities.
This is the last of the learning activities we’re doing with dot stickers for now, but there are many other variations you could try. If you do any, I’d love to hear about them.
Less stress, more connecting this holiday season? Yes, PLEASE!
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