Age: 2-5 years
Children will learn about counting and patterns.
What You Need:
•A Large bag of dog bones
•A box of small dog bones (variety of colors)
•Paper, crayons and pencils
What You Do:
- Students use the large bones to explore making patterns.
- Trace bone shape on white strip of paper and color AB pattern.
- I use the students work as a border for class dinosaur mural.
- Use small different colored dog bones to make different patterns.
- Use large and small dog bones to make patterns.
- Put 12 small dog bones in a plastic bag with two dice.
- Students work in pairs rolling dice.
- With each roll student will remove the number of bones according to the number he/she rolled.
- Student with the most bones wins.
- Write the numbers 1-12 on twelve large dog bones.
- Have students close eyes and remove one of the bones.
- Students look at the remaining bones and must tell which number bone is missing.
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