Dot Sticker Cupcake Math is a fun and easy way to practice counting and number recognition with your toddler and preschooler. The dot stickers also make this a great fine motor activity for little fingers! Simple math fun no toddler can resist!
Supplies for Dot Sticker Cupcake Math
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- Dot stickers
- Kraft paper
- Black marker
- Painters tape
How to Make Dot Sticker Cupcake Math
- Grab your supplies.
- Tape a sheet of Kraft paper to a table. Draw 6 cupcakes. write the number 1 to 6 on each cupcake.
- On a sheet of dot stickers write out the numbers 1-6 in dots several times. You can also do lines to represent the numbers and give your little one the opportunity to get familiar with seeing values written in different ways.
This activity is good for kids 2 years and up. My kids are 3.5, 3.5, and 7 year old.
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