TIP: Practice numbers by counting how many different objects you can find in your home that have numbers (clocks, scales, maps).
How Your Kid Benefits
Studies have shown that children who are exposed to other languages are more likely to be empathetic and better communicators, allowing them to understand other perspectives more easily.
Try Your Superpower!
Identify the numbers in this picture and color in each section with it’s corresponding color shown in the key at the top of the activity sheet. See if you can then find objects with numbers in your home (clocks, phones, recipes, maps), count how many you find!
What You’ll Need:
Printed activity sheets; pencil; crayons or colored pencils.
Note to Grown-Ups
These activities encourage children to practice numbers and colors in a fun, low-pressure way. Have them say the color words out loud as often as possible.