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This math actions booklet is designed as a source for supporting preschoolers find out about numbers. every one e-book gains a hundred and one instructing rules on the topic of the subject of its name. The skill-building actions during this booklet invite youngsters to discover numbers, quantity attractiveness and counting. either cooperative and person studying are inspired in the course of the hands-on developmentally applicable actions. those actions were correlated to country criteria and span a number of curriculum parts together with math, language improvement, technology, artwork, and tune.
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Have the children choose numbers between 1 and 5 to write on their hats and place that many stickers on it. Let the children put on their hats and march around the room as you sing the first verse of the following song. For each additional verse, have only the children with the corresponding number on their hats march around the room. Sung to: “When the Saints Go Marching In” Oh, when the numbers march right in, Oh, when the numbers march right in, We will count them one by one, When the numbers march right in.
Variation: Have the child place a specific number of shapes on the wheel and then turn it until the corresponding number appears. McGraw-Hill Children’s Publishing ©© School Specialty Publishing 30 1-57029-488-7 101 Number Activities Math 33 MY NUMBER POSTER Materials Large construction paper Marker Ruler Glue Small items Activity Help each child create his or her own number poster. To make each poster, use a ruler and marker to draw eleven rows on a 12 x 18-inch sheet of construction paper. Number the rows from 0 to 10 down the lefthand side of the paper.
Encourage the children to use crayons and their imaginations to create any kind of number pictures they wish. When they have finished, display their number creations on a wall or a bulletin board. Variation: Write a number on a piece of white paper and attach the paper to a clipboard. Have the children sit with you in a circle and give them each a different color of crayon. Then pass the clipboard around the circle and let each child in turn add a detail to the number to turn it into a picture of some kind.