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Number Stencils

Number Stencils

Ideas for Use

Number Stencils - Suggestions for Use


  • Copy each number onto card and laminate, then use as a template for making numbers with play dough.

  • Fantastic for Classroom Bulletin Board Displays.  Copy the numbers onto bright coloured card, then cut around, laminate for longer life.  Terrific for door displays, parent communication displays.

  • Decorate middle section of numbers using....

   -   sand
   -   cotton wool
   -   matching number of objects for that number
   -   scrunched paper
   -   torn paper
   -   paint
   -   crayon patterns
   -   glitter
   -   alfoil
   -   and the list goes on.....

  • Number tracing and writing numbers practice.  Great for littlies.  Children need to stay inside the tracks (outline).  Rainbow numbers is a good activity with this.  Children trace inside the number template 10 or more times using a lot of different coloured pencils.

  • Make puzzles.  Copy the numbers onto coloured card.  Cut and laminate.  Cut each number into 2-4 pieces using a zigzag or curvy cut.  Children put them back together again.

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