Just as your child must learn how to read letters, they must also learn to “read” numbers. These activities develop number recognition skills.
To work up to counting, adding, subtracting, and multiplying, your child will first master a universally helpful skill — number recognition!
In this article, we’re here to share some easy, fun number activities that you and your preschooler can try at home!
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