Learning Numbers is Fun – 1 Activity 4 learnings !

How would you like if I told you how simple it is to make your kid do 1 Activity and they get 4 learnings ? .

Due to COVID19, most of the schools have shifted to the online platform, learning has taken a new curve and so has the classroom space.

My 3-year-old misses her preschool and classroom environment, hence we try to play and make DIY activities to help her build interest in learning.

Today, I am going to share one such number of activity which my daughter loves playing.

Things required

* Number blocks
* Few small items for sorting and counting

Activity preview

 

  • Ask the child to see the number and keep the corresponding number of items under the number, the example shared on the pic above.
  • You can add as many numbers as you wish.
  • Repeat this activity a few times.

 

My Daughter enjoying her activity.

Notes:-

*If you do not have number blocks you can use any number cutout.

* Make sure the child does this activity under your guidance to avoid any swallowing of small items.

Benefits of this activity:-

*Recognition of numbers,
*Counting;
*Sorting;
*Before & After.

For complete video tutorials click on the link below
Learning Numbers is Fun – 1 Activity 4 learnings !

My daughter loves this activity, do try it with your Children

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35 Replies to “Learning Numbers is Fun – 1 Activity 4 learnings !”

  1. This is really creative. I can share it with my teacher friends so that they can help the parents with it!

  2. This looks like fun! My 2-year-old knows all of his letters but is showing no interest in numbers. I will give this a try!

  3. This is such a great basic activity that you can do on so many levels, with so many things. You can also teach kiddos basic math with objects that they count – “hmm, you have 3 cheerios on your plate! How many if I add 3 more? Let’s count – oh, now you have 6! Uh-oh! You ate one! How many do you have NOW?”

  4. Thank you so much for the idea. At this age learning through play is the key. I will try this fun activity with my son.

  5. Great idea! I will definitely use this for my 3-year old. She gets bored doing the same few counting exercises I do with her.

  6. I love this idea! I am going to try it with my daughter who is also missing preschool a lot) tomorrow!

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