Friday, September 7, 2012

Buttons and Numbers

Becca was super anxious to have her first day of preschool after we dropped Seth off for his first day of kindergarten.  We'd had runny noses and things so I didn't have anything big planned.

Remember our fabric number squares?

We pulled them out for some fun with buttons and numbers.  Becca LOVES to play with buttons.  In fact afterward, she grabbed all the buttons the first chance she got and tried to take them off to her room.  First we put the appropriate number of buttons on each number.  Then when Becca got tired of that, she matched the color of the buttons.

This little guy joined in the fun too. 
Lucky for us, he's stuck in one spot...for now.  He would have loved to play with the buttons too.

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  1. What a fun idea. I'm going to have to try that with my boys...I am SURE I have enough buttons.
    Your little guy is SO cute...he reminds me a little of Peter Pan :o)

  2. Way fun. Buttons are the best. Hooray for preschool math!

  3. Very cute. This would make a great present, too.

  4. Thanks for linking to Take-A-Tuesday over at Sugar Bee Crafts - you were featured today!


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