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If you are teaching your preschooler/toddler numbers, you’re going to love this Cheerios number tracing activity printable we have today! Even older kids will jump at the chance to play with their food in this activity. This totschooling activity is so simple and can be set up in seconds!
Cheerios Number Tracing for Preschool
It takes just moments to set up this fun educational activity for preschoolers!
Number tracing printable (click to download)
Cheerios Number Tracing Activity
Print your number tracing printables in color or black and white. After printing, use laminating pouches and a laminator to laminate the printables and use them more than once. If your preschoolers are anything like mine, anything that helps make the printables sturdier is a good thing!
Allow your preschooler to count Cheerios and put the appropriate number inside the box next to the number. The preschoolers can also use Cheerios to trace the numbers and start learning how to make the shape of each number. Bo had tons of fun playing with this and eating the snacks at the same time!
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