Dinosaur Peg Puzzles: Counting & Addition

Years

EY - F

Pages

33

Resource

Description

These dinosaurs are a great way to practise number identification and making small collections.To play, simply have your students select a dinosaur, identify the number and then clip on the matching number of pegs. We found mini pegs in our local $2 store. They are a perfect size and get those finger muscles working extra hard! Don't you love squeezing in a little bit of extra fine motor practise wherever possible.For a simple extension, why not have your more capable students create a colour pattern when putting the pegs on.The dinosaurs are numbered 1-20 and are also available in addition to 10.

Additional information

Australian Curriculum Code

AC9MFN01, AC9MFN05

File Format

pdf

Australian Curriculum V9

F - 6

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