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Written by Lori Stancill   
Monday, 24 October 2005

A time to decorate or celebrate with December icons!  Help your child(ren) cut out 20 December icons such as; reindeer, evergreens, ornaments, menorahs, etc. from any sort of paper.  Even paper plates can be used.  Allow your student time to label 10 of the icons with a number 1-10 and the other 10 with a specific number of dots to match the numbers 1-10.  These cards can then be placed face down for one or two players to play concentration.  Concentration is played by matching the appropriate number on an icon to another icon with the corresponding number of dots or vice versa.

Extension:  Use more icons and numbers or practice with addition and subtraction facts.


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·        number recognition

·       visual memory/spatial visualization

·       recognizing equivalent sets

·        directional/positional vocabulary

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