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Number Hunt ActIvity: Identification Color Codes or Dice Game for Kindergarten
As you explore numbers in your preschool or kindergarten lessons, use these number hunt activity sheets to support instruction of number identification! As students learn new numbers, add this fine motor activity to your math center for number learning engagement! For each number, find the small numbers as students color code. Each sheet builds upon the sheet prior to include review as you introduce more numbers.
Two sets of pages are included, one with colors specified, and the other without specified colors. The first set is perfect for reading color words and using markers! The second set allows for kids choose their own colors. They color the crayon next to each number to indicate their choice. This option is also helpful for when they use dauber paints at our alphabet center. For differentiation, they even go on to color code the rest of the numbers as well.
Another option for these sheets is to play dice games with them. Use a blank cube to write the numbers that are listed on the sheets. When a student rolls the die, s/he places a manipulative on top of that number. If the number is no longer available, the other student rolls. The last student to place a manipulative on the final number is the winner.
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-provides engaging, hands-on fine-motor practice while learning across the curriculum
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