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Counting and grouping become cooperative as children create artwork emphasizing number and quantity for classmates to explore.
On white paper, ask students to write the digits 1 through 10 with Crayola® Washable Markers. Next to each digit, students list a different favorite object.
Ask students to cover their work areas with recycled newspaper. On another sheet of white paper, use Crayola Washable Paint to create a scene that shows the listed quantities of your favorite objects (such as 1 teddy bear, 2 cats, and 3 lions). Dry flat.
Students use markers to add details to their pictures.
Students exchange drawings with a friend. Write the numerals 1 to 10 again. Find which objects represent each number.
Partners check classmates' selections.
Challenge student pairs to create original word problems to accompany their pictures. For example, "3 teddy bears and 5 alligators went on a picnic. How many plates did they need for the picnic?" 3 + 5 = 8 plates.
Students create and share valuable pictures with coin rubbings.
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