Colorful Numeral Activity

Numeral Activity

1) Skittles, M&Ms, or any household item such as buttons that you may have
2) Muffin tin lined with muffin liners
3) 1 piece of copy paper
4) pencil

Step One
For younger children, place no more than 5 items in each muffin tin. Use your discretion with the older children as to how many they can handle.

Step two
The child removes the muffin liner with the items in it. Place items on the white sheet of paper.

Step Three
Have the child draw a circle around the items and write the numeral under the circled items.

Step Four
You may need two sheets of paper if you do all twelve tins.

Your child has just successfully completed a one-to-one correspondence activity!

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