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Bat Number Treasure Hunt is a fun way to practice number recognition and counting while getting kids moving.

Bat Number Treasure Hunt

We’re all about bats for this week’s Virtual Book Club for Kids. We’re sharing a Bat Number Treasure Hunt that’s super fun for toddlers …

Use Halloween themed erasers as math counters for these Halloween Counting Games. They're perfect for preschool and early elementary grades.

Halloween Counting Games

Use Halloween themed erasers to practice simple math skills in our Halloween counting games for kids. The math games are perfect for …

Play an apple tree gross motor game to get kids moving and practicing numbers. Homemade yarn apples add a special touch.

Apple Tree Gross Motor Game

We’re kicking off this year’s Virtual Book Club for Kids with an apple theme. Our Apple Tree Gross Motor Game is a …

House number sorting activity - use pretend play to practice number recognition, counting, and one to one correspondence

House Number Sorting Activity

There are not many learning activities that engage my 3 year old for a long period of time. Unless it involves moving, …

Use festive stamps to practice counting. Perfect for Dr. Seuss Day and Read Across America.

Counting with Dr. Seuss Stamps

Are you looking for easy Dr. Seuss inspired ideas? Use a set of Dr. Seuss stamps to practice counting and number recognition. …

Try out our construction site build and count activity inspired by Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site. It's a great way to practice number recognition and counting while building with blocks.

Construction Site Build and Count

This week the Virtual Book Club for Kids is featuring Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site by Sherri Duskey Rinker. Try out our construction site build …