Saturday, October 27, 2012

Fun with Numbers and Fruit Loops!



Practicing numbers couldn't be more fun than when you're playing with glue and Fruit Loops! When teaching little kids you always need to find fun new ways to keep their interest. Gluing things to paper is high on the list in our house! All we needed was construction paper white glue and colorful Fruit Loops. I wrote the numbers on the paper with the glue and Annika went to town placing the cereal on the glue. She's known her numbers for some time now but she'd been having trouble remembering how to write her 4's and 5's. So this was fun practice:) Each time she finished a number she squealed with joy. So cute. I love it when she's so proud or herself. 


When she was done her numbers she wanted to keep going. So we thought making a rainbow would be fun. She's so careful making sure she gets the cereal placed just right. She did a great job. 




























So go ahead and have some fun and get out the glue! Practice numbers, letters, shapes and more!

15 comments:

  1. This is such a great idea!!!! Love it... my son loves to glue and is learning to write his numbers, what a great way to incorporate both! Thank you so much for this. =)

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  2. What a great idea. And adorable little ones too.

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  3. I miss the days when my son and I would make crafty things together. It looks like you had a great time.

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  4. This is so cute! I'm going to have to do this with my nieces and nephews.

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  5. Oh what a cute idea, I been working with my grandson on his numbers,this will make it very colorful to learn if he doesn't eat them all lol Love the rainbow picture Annika,good job!!

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  6. what a great idea! awesome way to show off physical development and knowledge too!

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  7. another good learning project for kids

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  8. This is a great idea. Can't wait to do this with my grandson. Thanks.

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  9. You seem like you're right out of a kindergarten.We did those things. It's so important that they do not just hear.

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  10. love it, going to try this with the kiddies thankyou

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  11. My daughter would LOVE this! She knows how to count and recognizes the numbers, but doesn't know how to write them yet.

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  12. just got some fruit loops and have started numbers so this is perfect :)

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  13. This is a great way to have fun while learning. I may try this with my grandson.

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  14. Your daughter made a great job of doing her numbers and had a lot of fun at the same time. I love how she was so careful that it all lined up properly.

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  15. Really sweet and wonderful idea!!! i would have a hard time though. I would be eating them! LOL lovely!

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