Counting ladybug dots in preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on September 5, 2010

in Bugs, Cognitive Development, Mathematics, Sensory Play, The Value of Play

The children played a simple lady bug game today…

The children matched the number of dots to the number of dots on the lady bug.

Everyone had a turn giving it a try…

They counted together as they worked together…

The pom-poms made nice dots that felt good to the sense of touch…

This was a fun game to help the children practice counting their numbers. Handling those little black dots required a little fine-motor concentration!

Here is a nice Ladybug Printable you can check out from Fun with Mama!

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