Designed by an occupational therapist, this resource has 20 fine motor number recognition activities to help children to practice identifying numbers 1 to 10.
How Do I Use This Resource?
- First, children roll Play-doh or putty into a snake.
- Next, children look at the directions at the top of the card. What number are they supposed to look for?
- When the locate the correct number they pinch off a piece of Play-doh or putty and press it onto the number. This helps them master number recognition as they work on fine motor skills! Kids can also color numbers with short crayon pieces.
What Does This Product Include?
- Two information pages entitled: “About Fine Motor Skills”.
- 20 Play with Putty instruction cards.
- A pencil box sign is provided to store this number recognition activity.
Use a pencil box to store each of the cards. Follow these steps:
• Cut out all of the instruction cards. Laminate them (for durability, but not needed).
• Cut out the sign at the end of this resource: (“Numbers 1-10”).
• Glue the sign on the pencil box. Place the cards in the box.
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