You will need

  • sand
  • molds
  • a bucket

  • Children learn to:
    Count ordinal numbers.

  • Get to know what is many and little

  • Show the molds and the bucket to the kid: “Look, the molds are small and the bucket is big!”

    Pour sand into the bucket. When it is filled, you will be surprised: “That's how much sand! A whole bucket!”
    Pour out all the sand from the bucket: “This is a big pile of sand! There is a lot of sand in it! ” Tell your child to do the same with the mold and mention the result: “And this is a small pile of sand! There is little sand in it! ”

    The second task:
    Tell the kid: “Let's find out how many sand molds are needed to fill up the bucket?”
    Pour sand into the bucket with the molds and count with the child: “One, two, three!..
    That's how many sand molds fit in the bucket! ”
    The kid can fill the bucket himself, and at the same time you keep counting: “One, two, three sand molds! .. A whole bucket!”

    Other Educational games (2-6 year children)

    A lot of sand or little sand?

    Let's count!

    "Geometric figures" Lotto

    Is the house higher?

    Count sandpies

    Making snowman

    Tea for dolls

    CURIOUS GEORGE COLORING PAGES

    EASTER COLORING PAGES

    MAYFLOWER COLORING PAGES

    MONSTER HIGH COLORING PAGES

    TATTOO COLORING PAGES

    CANDY COLORING PAGES

    CHIMPANZEE COLORING PAGES

    PRINCESS COLORING PAGES

    CELTIC

    ELMER

    DALE

    CAT KETCH

    FOUR

    PRESIDENTS

    LAURA

    JIMBO