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December 2006 K-2 Activity Print E-mail
Written by Lori Stancill   
Wednesday, 20 September 2006
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Help your child recognize numbers and number words this holiday season.  Number each gift your child is to receive with a card labeled with a particular number word (one, two, three, etc).  Prior to opening gifts provide your child with a card with the number matching the corresponding gift (1. 2, 3, etc).  Your child may open the gift when he/she correctly matches their number to the corresponding number word on the gift.  This strategy can also be used for gifts given on a daily basis.

 

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q       Numbers

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q       One-to-one correspondence

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