Arts & Crafts
Submitted by: arjun
This activity will help your child make perceptual comparisons like small, smaller, smallest and big, bigger, biggest.
24 - 60 months
1 - 8 tots
- 1 piece Paper
- 1 Pen
- 2 Crayons (Different colors)
- Draw squares on the paper in a table format.
- In each square draw 3 different sizes objects (circles, hearts, stars, bugs or whatever you like).
- Ask the child to color the smallest object in each box.
- Explain the child concept of small, smaller and smallest.
- Repeat the same activity for the big, bigger and biggest objects.
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