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Early Maths with The 3 Bears. Fun Counting and Grouping Activity

by Deborah Alter-Rasche
This activity will help children to model basic numbers and use counting and grouping strategies to demonstrate and verbalise relationships between basic numbers. In this case, the numbers 1-3. Using the well loved and well known tale of Goldilocks and The 3 Bears will help engage your child and als...
Dione Alvarado
Dione Alvarado • 2 years ago

DIY Number Cards from Dot Stickers. Fun, cute and easy. Make yourself or have your child make them.

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