It's Nicole here again with a fun little project I made.
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My daughter started Kindergarten just a few weeks ago, and I thought it would be fun to make her some fun little projects to practice her counting with, and also for learning to tell time.
First I took the small flower clear album and cut a circle from all of the patterned papers in the kit. I put them right on the center of each flower. I took number stickers I had on hand and added them to each of the centers. I then took adhesive rhinestones and enamel dots and added them right next to coordinating number so if she forgets what the number is she can count the elements on that flower. She knows the numbers if they are in order, but if you mix them up she mixes up a few, so I am going to not put them in order on the jump ring. Since we are heading out of California tomorrow to move to Arizona, I also thought this would be a perfect thing for her to practice in the car ride there.
Then while I was making this another idea popped into my head. I know that both my boys didn't learn time until a few grades later, but Chloe loves interactive learning things and she already knows about time and numbers so I thought this would be another fun thing for her.
It is a clock that she can practice learning time, but also teaches numbers too.
I took the 12 inch clear circle that came in the kit and cut out numbers for a clock out of some of the pretty turquoise patterned paper from the kit. Then I cut out some clock hands from black cardstock.
The hands move all around on the brad so we can practice with her for learning clock times. I just had a thought too about using a dry erase marker on the clear part, and letting her put the time to what we have written on there.
Thank you for stopping by and checking out my projects. You can always find me over on my blog at RANDOM RAMBLINGS.