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- Find 10 birds in magazines to cut out (or draw them, or use a bird-shaped notepad, whatever works!) and glue them in the folder. Write one number on each bird. Give your child jellybeans and ask them to place the correct number of eggs on each bird.
- Draw some ladybugs on the folder. Make sure that each bug has a different amount of spots. Cut out some green leaves from construction paper and write a number on each leaf. Have your children match each leaf to a corresponding ladybug.
- Draw several inchworm heads on the folder. Write a different number on each inchworm's nose. Give your child buttons and ask them to make each inchworm longer using the buttons.
- Draw several flowers on the folder but leave off the petals. In the middle of each flower write a number. Provide your child with paper petals or even real petals to put around each flower.