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This week we are learning all about numbers 1, 2 and 3. 

Can you go on a scavenger hunt around the house or garden and find objects to represent number 3. Can you find 3 sticks, 3 conkers, 3 stones, etc. 

Give your child a selection of objects and some small pots or plates. Can they put 3 objects in each pot? To make it more challenging add a label to each pot saying 1 , 2 or 3. Can they add the correct amount of objects? 



It is important that children learn to count actions and sounds, for example, claps, stamps and jumps. Can you clap a pattern and see if your child can say how many claps? Focus on amounts up to three. To extend this activity ask your child if they an do three jumps, 3 hops, 3 claps or 3 twirls. 

Five Little Speckled Frogs | CoComelon Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs

Number songs are really important to help children to begin to understand the concept of one more and one less.

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