Fingerprint Math Activity: Counting Fish Bubbles

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Here's a new math activity that my preschooler just loved!  It was great for reinforcing counting skills, number recognition, and 1:1 correspondence.  We brought out some paint for this fingerprint math craft to Count Fish Bubbles.
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Preschool Counting Activity


Begin by prepping the activity by cutting a fish bowl like shape out of blue construction paper, two or three fish, and some green sea-weed.  Add your paint and glue to the tray and invite your preschooler to first assemble the craft.

Choose numbers that your child is working on-- in our case, it was 9, 10, and 11.  I wrote a number on each fish.  Little Sis was to identify the number and make that many fish bubbles around the fish using her fingerprint.

Continue counting and making fish bubbles until the craft is complete!

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