Learning numbers with BiOBUDDi

Do you have a little building block loving fan who’s practicing numbers at school? Print out this Free BiOBUDDi learning numbers activity to get started! Learning numbers doesn’t have to be boring! Take your kid’s favorite interest and bring out a little play into learning time.

 

How to teach numbers with building blocks

We love to encourage learning and we have tons of activities for kids to prove it! Hands-on learning is a very effective way to turn playtime into learning time. This learning activity takes only a few minutes to set up and will allow your children to learn number recognition and learn to count while you teach numbers with BiOBUDDi!

What preschooler wouldn’t love to learn their numbers with these colorful building blocks and using their hands to build at the same time!

 

Grab a permanent marker and flashcards

With a permanent marker, write numbers from one to ten on one color. On a second color write the numbers words and then on a third color add one dot for each number. If you make a mistake or want to recycle your blocks for other projects just use a hand sanitizer and a sponge or magic eraser to remove the permanent marker easily.

 

Place a few options in view

Once you have all the blocks marked and flashcards ready to teach the numbers, you will want to place a few options in view for your child. Let them place the right numbers by each card. All three blocks of four by card four, etc.

 

Identify and build each color

Once he has placed the number on each of the cards, he then works with the next colors that have the number of words and number dots on them. As he identifies where each block goes, he then places them on the card and builds it with the blocks already there. He works on numbers 1-5 first and then numbers 6-10 to keep him from being overwhelmed by the options.

 

Store BiOBUDDi blocks and flash cards in a separate bin.

One way to easily teach numbers with BiOBUDDi is to keep them in a separate container when they are not being used. So, your kids can practice it regularly whenever they want. Once your child starts to understands more. Tell them that they can use block number four with block number three to make a 7 card. This will be a little more complicated than matching all the same block numbers together, but perfect for making it more of a challenge and stimulate continual learning.

 

 

 

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