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26 Sep

Mathematical labyrinths 

Counting to 100 could be a real fun. Let the child color the path in each labyrinth in the right order. In the first labyrinths the first and the last steps are colored in yellow, but the last ones the child should fill without any help.

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Use the symbol < or > to show if a number is less than or
Cutting and pasting activities help your child develop fine motor skills by cutting pictures  and
Use the symbol < or > to show if a number is less than or
Cutting and pasting activities help your child develop fine motor skills by cutting pictures  and

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