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Make Numbers Sculptures

Make Numbers Sculptures

Provide the child with sculpture materials like play dough, modeling clay, or even rolled up tinfoil. Ask the child to sculpt each number from 1 to 10. Invite them to talk about the shapes they see in the numbers, and help them begin to notice the features of different numbers (sticks, lines, curves, circles).

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Fri, Jul 31, '20

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