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Walk the Numbers

ages 3-6


Cardboard or construction paper, pencil or marker, scissors

Activity Detail

Trace each of your child's feet onto a piece of cardboard or construction paper and have him or her help you cut out a number of copies of both. Then write a number (1, 2, 3, etc.) on each one, and lay them out in different patterns on the floor. Challenge/teach your child to step on his/her own feet in numerical order, ascending or descending. This teaches your child to follow a sequence and become familiar with number recognition.


bethmason_us said:

Fun way to learn counting!

- Posted on Dec 12, 2007

Frisco said:

For younger children your could trace the feet onto different colors of construction paper and have them step on appropriate colors.

- Posted on Dec 12, 2007

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