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Number Activities for Preschoolers
Supplies you will need:
- White paper
- Yellow and green markers
- Ink pad
Next, add some leaves to the flowers.
Provide your child with an ink pad and explain how they will be making petals on the flowers with their fingers. Then have them read the number on each flower and make that number of petals with their finger. So the flower with number 1 would get one petal and so on…
My youngest started out great with one fingerprint on the number one flower. See, look how great she is doing. After this photo was taken she proceeded to put colorful fingerprints wherever she darn well pleased on her paper. She was engaged and having fun, so I’d say she got something out of the activity as well.
My older daughter had no trouble with these number activities for preschoolers.
Of course if you are doing this activity, you will be left with a mess. That is what happens when you combine young kids and a stamp pad. But don’t worry, if you use washable stamp pads, all the ink will wash away.
I hope you enjoyed these number activities for preschoolers. If you are looking more fun ways to engage your kids, I highly recommend Kiwi Crates. As a former teacher, I was really impressed with the quality of materials found in Kiwi Crate. Some moms have told me that they want to do activities like I do on Mess For Less with their kids, but they just don’t have to the time to go buy all the supplies and prepare them for the activity. Kiwi Crate is the perfect solution.
Every month your Kiwi Crate will focus on a particular theme like Colors, Dinosaurs or Gardening. Kiwi Crates offer a variety of projects ranging from crafts, imaginative play, science experiments and more.
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