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Learn Number 6

Learn number 6 with preschool number games, printable worksheets, songs, videos and other preschool number activities.

Learning numbers and how to count should be an enjoyable experience for you and your child, a shared time together. So make sure that your child is alert and not tired before starting the activities on this page. Keep the time spent appropriate to the age of your child and their level of concentration. Praise and encourage your child, to boost their confidence. Celebrate their success.

Count to 6

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Learn How to Count to Six

Learn Number 6 Game

How to help your child with the game:

The game consists of 8 pages and is based on the domestic animals theme. On each page, talk about the activities and make sure that your child understands what they are to do. Talk about the characters, name and count the pets you can see in the pictures. Talk about the shape and significance of the number. This will give your child a context for the activities. Stop before your child loses concentration or become restless, remember this is not just educational, it should be entertaining. This will guarantee that they want to return for more!

Printable Number 6 Worksheets

Encourage your child to color in the illustrations. This builds up concentration, improves eye and hand coordination, and develops pencil control. Make sure there is a range of colored pencils or felt-tip pens available. Crayons are usually too thick for such activities. For drawing and writing, your child needs a sharp and soft pencil. If it is too hard, they will have difficulty seeing their work, which will lead to frustration.

When children are writing numbers and letters, they should always start from the top.  Write the number 6 starting at the top, then all the way round. Make sure that your child begins the formation in an anticlockwise direction. Encourage your child to write in a continuous movement. Repeat these when the child is writing on their own with dots or without dots.

When counting, encourage your child to put their finger on each object as they count it.


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