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Combine fine motor practice with early math skills in this scarecrow-themed game to practice writing numbers 1 to 10. Get your child in the mood for all things autumn!
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For this activity you will need:
Optional but recommended: Laminator and dry erase markers
Optional: Hole punch and ring
Below are the supplies I use personally at home. After doing so many printable activities, I've found that it's most helpful to always have these basic supplies on hand.
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Print out the sheets and cut into the individual strips.
I highly recommend laminating the strips, punching a hole and keeping the strips together on a ring. This makes it feel and look more like a game they need to complete fully and ensures the strips don't get separated and lost.
Dry erase markers can be easily wiped off once the child is finished practicing their writing skills.
This makes a nice independent quiet time activity and can easily be used in a preschool center or as a file folder game.
This game is one of 10 included in my Scarecrow Themed Centers, a variety pack focused on early literacy, math and fine motor skills. Click here to see the other games included.