Watermelon Seed Counting
This is a wonderful activity to work on one-to-one correspondence, fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
- Hand-eye Coordination
- Number recognition
- Fine motor
- One to One Correspondence
- Using the four corners of the red paper, cut a “wedge” of watermelon.
- Trace the same length in the green construction paper for the “skin” of the watermelon.
- Glue the "skin" and your "wedge" together.
- Laminate and cut out.
- Set them out and write a number on each.
- Encourage your child to add the same amount of black beans, aka “seeds,” to each slice.
- Erase them and begin again!
One to One Correspondence
Tips with Miss Charlotte
You can make as many of these as you wish—we suggest starting with six!
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