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Recognize 1 – 10

October 18, 2008
Recognize 1 – 10

Can your child count from 1 – 10? Does she understand that each number represents a set number of objects? Try these activities and find out! Recognize Numbers 1 to 10 Materials: Apples from the counting activity Number line – optional Ruler with large numerals – optional After your child has had an opportunity to play...
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Counting 1 – 10

October 18, 2008
Counting 1 – 10

Reading silly stories where numbers are repeated is a great way to present numbers to your child. Books like, The Very Hungry Caterpillar or One Hungry Monster will entrance children and they will ask for it over and over again. All the while learning through the repeated pattern of numbers. Counting 1 to 10 Lesson Materials: apple...
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Trace the Numbers 1-10

October 18, 2008
Trace the Numbers 1-10

To help your child build up his muscles; encourage him to climb, swing, dance and move. The muscle coordination starts with the large motor skills through the shoulders and extends to the fine motor skills in the hand. He must have large motor skills before he can master fine motor skills. Developing your child’s fine motors...
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Sorting By Colors

October 18, 2008
Sorting By Colors

Children enjoy naming things that are familiar to them. Being able to correctly name the colors in their world gives them a great deal of confidence. Matching Colors Materials: crayons in the basic colors (using crayons help build fine motor skills, the muscles in the fingers) paint brushes large sheets of paper tempera paint...
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Location, Location, Location

October 18, 2008
Location, Location, Location

Children learn so many things from their parents. Language is one of the first things children learn from watching and listening to their parents. The terms highlighted in this lesson you can use while talking and playing with your child. Location, Location, Location Lesson Materials: Apples or Decorated Apple Selection of toys – optional You can...
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Monkey in the Middle

October 16, 2008
Monkey in the Middle

Children learn by playing, so using familiar objects we are going to play a game to help your child learn the terms first, last, middle and between. Prerequisite – Children need to learn that everything has a beginning and an end, like stories and movies. It will also help them learn the terms first, last, middle and between....
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Ordinals (1st, last, middle, between)

October 8, 2008
Ordinals (1st, last, middle, between)

Once children understand the words first and last they become more aware of their surroundings. Ordinals Lesson Materials: Collect a variety of items; it can be toys, stuffed animals…whatever is convenient. You’ll only need 3-5 items. You’ll be making a game using whatever items you have selected. Make up a story, “One day the toy giraffe...
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Beginning Multiplication

March 12, 0002

Multiplication is simply repeated addition. For example, 3+3+3+3=12 or 3×4=12. We have some tips to help you with your child to memorize the multiplication facts. When your child knows his addition facts, he is ready to learn how to multiply. A great transition activity for multiplication is called “skip counting”. Most children have no problem counting...
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