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Whether you’re working more on numbers with your preschooler or kindergartner or you’re simply looking for a way to add some more fine motor work into your child’s day, these Q-Tip number painting cards are a fantastic way to do it!
You’ll get that fine motor workout in while reviewing colors and numbers and your little learners are going to have a blast getting to paint with something other than a paintbrush!
Over the years, we’ve spent a great deal of time learning with Do-A-Dot printables.
In fact, they’re a bit of a favorite around here with all of our kids regardless of their age.
Every once in a while though, we like to mix things up and these Q-Tip number cards give us the perfect opportunity to do so.
I mean, they’re an incredible fine motor workout and they’re a ton of fun! What more could you ask for?!
This printable set includes ten half-page cards covering numbers 0-9 and prepping them for your little learners is super quick and easy!
Just print the cards out and cut each page in half.
Use them all at once to really review the numbers themselves or start with just a few at a time, the choice is yours.
When you’re ready to use them, simply set them out with some Q-Tips and either some small jars of paint or an ink pad and let your child enjoy painting the various numbers.
If you’re wanting to avoid the mess of either paint or ink, run the number cards through your laminator and have your child work on dotting the small circles with a dry erase marker or grab some mini erasers and simply have them cover the number that they’re working with those.
If your child has progressed beyond the number 10, have them work on counting the circles that make up each number once they’ve finished painting.