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Golf tees with play dough numbers & colors game

Golf tees with play dough numbers & colors game
I made this quick game for Nico the other day to help him associate things representing numbers (5 balls means 5). He does recognize his number 1 -10 but doesn’t grasp that there is an order to them or that 5 balls represents the number 5.

Golf tees with play dough numbers & colors game - colors drying
The game was quick and easy to do, make sure to have a few balls of play dough to stick them in, to dry. I wrote with a fine sharpie the numbers 1-5 (for now, we’ll add more later) and then took 20 tees for the colored ones. I used acrylic paint and a Q-tip for each color (except green, only had it in tempera paint). I just dab the Q-tip in the paint and dabbed it on really thick so you wouldn’t see white anymore. I did 1 yellow, 2 green, 3 red, 4 blue and 5 orange.

Golf tees with play dough numbers & colors game - numbers
The next day, (only took a couple hours to dry but we did something else) we got the play dough out and he started stabbing them in the dough right away then I made him notice the numbers, I did 5 balls of dough and ask him to place 1 per ball…

Golf tees with play dough numbers & colors game - numbers done
…and then to place them in order, asking which comes after that one and the next one and so on. He was proud of himself for putting them in order :)

Golf tees with play dough numbers & colors game - seperating colors
Then we played with the colors, I had him sort 1 color per dough ball. I put all the colors in a different colored dough ball for easier access and sight.

Golf tees with play dough numbers & colors game - seperating colors
After that was sorted, I ask him to find the tee with the 1 and put it with the color that only had 1 and so on with all the numbers.

Golf tees with play dough numbers & colors game - job done
I like this game cause it’s small, versatile and easy to set up anywhere (outdoor too, on a nice day), it can also just turn into play dough fun! All done! Bravo!

He’s 32 months, so of course his favorite was stabbing it in the play dough, but he did enjoy the rest as well :)

Here you can see a few variations of how to play/learn with it :)

If you do this, we’d LOVE to see a photo of it. Email it to us or post it on our Facebook page. Don’t forget to also follow us on Pinterest and our “Around the World in 12 Dishes” series also has its own Pinterest boards for each country. We’d love to do a Facebook album, a Pinterest board and a page of your creations :)

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