Does your child recognize and can name numbers? Do they connect name and sign for a number? Here is a simple and fun numbers sensory bin to assist toddlers and preschoolers to learn their numbers faster.
My toddler began to recognize if written mark is number or letter. She still can’t match a name of the number with written number so we decided to play around a bit and work on number recognition.
Everything we used for this activity came from recycle bin as part of our #junkplay challenge.
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Today’s post is part of 60 Day Junk Play Challenge and we had as material prompt today OLD CALENDARS.
You can also stop by Words’n’Needles and see how to create 4 different versions of puzzles using old calendars!
To read more about Junk Play Challenge and get involved upcycling your trash for play, stop by our 60 Day Junk Play Challenge page.
Mihaela runs Best Toys 4 Toddlers blog and loves to come up with new ideas how to use old toys her 2 daughters keep leaving on the floor to slip over. She loves them despite the fact that they call her mommy few hundred times a day, and it makes her nuts.