1.

  • Materials: a sheet protector, printed figures or paper, the rope and a little toy that your child loves (a tiny cop, car or one of his favorite animals.
  • Learning Outcome: Thanks to this activity, the child shows development of hand coordination, however, his visual memory and number perception improves.

 

 

2.

  • Materials: cardboard, ball, A4 paper.
  1. Preparation: write and cut the numbers on the cardboard. Then, make a table on A4 paper and write the numbers mixed in the table.

     How to play? Place any of the numbers you cut from the cardboard on the top of the table you prepared. Give the child transparent balls and ask them to find the desired figure in the table and put the ball on it.

 

3.

  • Materials: colored tires, thumbtacks, cardboard, A4 paper, pencil and scissors.
  1. Preparation: write and cut the numbers on A4 paper. Then,  put the numbers that we cut in different places on our cardboard and put the pins where we have numbers. We want the kids to put the tires on the pins and to sort the numbers correctly.

    Learning Outcome: Learning the ordering of numbers, development of hand coordination with the use of tires.

 

 

4.

  • Materials: a large container, salt or flour, A4 paper, scissors and pencil.

Learning Outcome: Learning of numbers, development of number counting ability, development of writing numbers.

 

5.

  • Materials: pipette, beads, paper, pencil, scissors and glue.
  1. Learning Outcome: The development of the number counting ability in children, the perception of numbers and the development of hand coordination are provided.

 

6.

  • Materials: empty egg box, button and felt pen.

Preparation: On the side where the eggs are placed, we write the numbers with a felt pen, on the other side we put the colorful buttons.

Learning Outcome: The ability to distinguish numbers, visual memory and hand coordination development is provided.

 

 

7.

  • Materials: colored pompom, plastic bottle, felt-tip pen, cardboard, glue and falcata.

Preparation: we cut the cap parts of plastic bottles with falcata. And we write the numbers on the cover parts of the places we cut. We draw lines on our cardboard as in the image and stick the pompoms on the left side with the same colors. We ask the child to count the pompoms and find out which number will come up and close the covers.

Learning Outcome: Hand muscle development is provided in children. Ability to distinguish colors, perceive numbers and count counts.

Kazanım: Çocuklarda el kas gelişimi sağlanır. Renk ayırt edebilme, sayıları algılama ve sayı sayma yetisi gelişir.

 

 

8.

  • Materials: paper, pencil and scissors.
  1. Preparation: We draw cloud and rain drops on the paper. We write the numbers above the clouds. And we want the kids to put as many raindrops under the clouds as the number above.

    Learning Outcome: Improved perception of numbers and improved number counting ability.

 

9.

  • Materials: small piece of wood, cardboard cup, A4 paper, felt-tip pen and scissors.

     Preparation: We write the numbers on A4 paper and cut it in a square around it. We stick each of the numbers we cut on top of a different cardboard cup. We ask the children to take the wooden piece and put it in the cardboard glass when the number written on the cardboard cup.

          Learning Outcome: To memorize the spelling of the numbers and learn to count.

 

 

10.

  • Materials: plastic or foam plates, colored A4 papers, scissors and glue.

Preparation: We round the A4 papers and draw and cut the numbers we want. We also cut the foam plates that we will use like a puzzle. The numbers on the left side of the plates and on the right side. We stick the circles we cut as many as we want. We ask the children to form a whole plate.

Learning Outcome: Children learn to create whole parts, count numbers and distinguish numbers.