Hand-Eye Coordination Activity with Cardboard Hearts
, however, we were working on a different motor task. The size of the Jumbo Tweezers
requires the hands to open and shut with the thumb and all of the fingers. This adduction and abduction of the thumb and slightly flexed MCP joints uses encouraged more of opposition of the thumb. The wrist is extended and in an effective position for functional tasks.
Kindergarten Math Games with Valentine Hearts
Other Kindergarten Math Games using the Hearts:
- Practice number formation: pull out a heart with the Jumbo Tweezers
and have your child write that number.
- Ask your child to pull out a pile of hearts. They can count with one to one correspondence and then write the number.
- Use the hearts in a ten frame.
- Practice counting the hearts, starting at different numbers.
Looking for more Kindergarten learning ideas? Stop by and see what the other bloggers on the Kindergarten blogging team have created this month (It’s a heart theme!):
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