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Written by Lori Stancill   
Friday, 03 March 2006
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March K-2 Activity

Cut out a sheet of 12”x18” construction paper in half lengthwise; then tape the ends together to make a 6”x 36” strip.  Have your child look through the newspaper and cut out ten sets of objects, each set showing a different number from one to ten.  Direct the child to glue the sets in numerical order to their strip, then label each set with the corresponding numeral.

 

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Ø    set recognition

Ø    number recognition

Ø    counting

Ø    sequencing

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