Number Matching Game
You can make as many sets as you wish but here are some examples of the types I made:
If you are working with both the 6 and the 9, don’t forget to distinguish which is which with a line under the 6.
Children count the objects on one of the circles, then put the same number of paperclips on the circle. (As shown in top picture.)
Other activities and learning experiences to try as well:
- identifying colors and shapes
- grouping all the 1′s, 2′s, 3′s, etc…together
- turn the circles over to the blank sides and make patterns such as green, green, red, green, green, red, etc.
Can you think of some other ways to use this game? Please add your ideas to the comments below. And if you would like another fun game to help your child learn numbers, try my affiliate link to the Preschool Numbers Memory Game below.