Today we played an extra-fun numbers matching game...we used hearts because of Valentine's Day...but we plan on using them over and over, because we LOVE numbers! :)
First, cut out the hearts by folding construction paper in half and using our staple method to cut them evenly. We cut 12...but are going to add more, up to 20 for now, and then maybe up to 30.
Cut the hearts in half:
Pick your numbers out, as well as stickers for the picture part of it.
Put the numbers on the right side of the heart, and the number amount of stickers on the other side.
We laminated them, so they'll last!
We sat in a circle and gave each kiddo one of the left side of the heart...they needed to count the objects and know how many there were...then, when it was their turn, they chose the corresponding number and put the heart together.
This is great for visual learners who need to see to learn...and also a great way for them to associate an amount with a number.
The kids loved this fun game!! :)