Preschoolers will have great fun as they roll the cube to move the spiders to the sparkly colorful spiderwebs, followed by completing the included graph.
As they play this game they are learning about a variety of math concepts such as:
To set up the game:
Place all 10 spiders in the center of the mat (you can use the paper spiders that have been provided or add your own pretend spider counters).
Each child takes a turn rolling the cube.
Next the place a spider from the center of the mat, into the matching colored corner they rolled on the cube.
After they move their spider, they graph it on the the recording sheet. They can either color it in, or use another spider as a "marker".
Play continues until all 10 spiders have been moved to the corners.
When the game is complete, take some time to review your graph together. Explore which colors have the "least" amount of spiders, which one has the "most", and discuss If any have the "same" amount, or "equal" amounts.
Did you play this game? We'd love to have you share it in our FB Group here!
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