Mix and match the pieces of a ladybug (or "ladybird") toy to develop mathematical thinking skills.
|Hints for uses in your library||This write-up is based on Snap-N-Learn Number Bugs from Learning Resources, but the activity can be adapted for a variety of mathematical toys or even paper or felt objects. The toys are very engaging, but older siblings or adults will need to prompt young children to complete the three challenges described in the write-up.|
|Related Links||Snap-N-Learn Number Bugs|
|Originating Source||Courtesy of Dr Francesca Iezzi, Mathematics Engagement Officer, University of Edinburgh|
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