Introduce sizes using household items, such as cups.
What You Need:
• Different sizes, colors, and kinds of unbreakable cups
What To Do:
1. Put the cups in order of size and explain, “This one is the smallest. This one is the biggest.”
2. Mix up the cups and have your child try to put them in order from smallest to biggest.
3. Find other ways to group and order the cups. For example, sort by color, by shape, or with or without a handle.
4. Have your child group the cups and ask her why she put certain ones together. Her reasons may surprise you.
5. Count the number or cups in each grouping.
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