Number Recognition: Fall Tree Number Matching
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Number Recognition: Fall Tree Number Matching is a do it yourself activity designed for children with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and learning disabilities to practice number recognition.
Step One: Gather materials.
- Leaf stickers (found at the Dollar Tree or the like).
- A piece of paper.
- Writing utensil.
Step Two: Draw a tree with no leaves on a sheet of paper or print out a tree template with no leaves.
Step Three: Write one number on each leaf. For example, the user can decide to work on the numbers 1-5 and repeated them a few times.
Step Four: Write the numbers 1-5 around the branches of the tree and around the bottom of the paper several times.
Step Five: Play.
- Give the child the leaf stickers with all the numbers written on them and have them match the leaves to the numbers on the tree.
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