My homemade bowling pin scoreboard is a fun way to count and learn what numbers represent. A.J. enjoys bowling and this is a great way for me to “edutain” him.
I use six pins when bowling, so I made 5 numbers each to velcro on the board. Tape divides the poster board and space is left at the bottom to eventually add the number of pins. I made the pin pockets from construction paper. Then found a bowling pin printable and colored, laminated, and cut the pins to place in the pockets.
Seeing A.J. smile, count, and learn made this project so worth the effort!
What creative ways do you use to teach your children about numbers?
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