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SOCK GAMES
Your children will get a real kick out of these sock learning games.
 
SOCK MATCH-UPS
You can use socks to help your child discover likes and differences.
Set out a pile of clean socks.
Have your child match up pairs of socks.
Then, put the socks back into the pile and have your child match up the socks by placing them into piles of like colors.
Finally, have your child match the socks up by size, ie small, medium and large.
 
SOCK MATH
Have your child count a pile of socks.
Then, have them put the socks into pairs and count the number of pairs.
 
MOST VS LEAST

Set out four large socks.
Fill the socks with marbles or large dried beans in varying amounts
Tie off the ends of the socks.
Have your child feel the socks and decide which sock has the most and which sock has the least.
Have your child place the socks in a row, from the one with the least to the one with the most.
 
SOCK HANG-UPS
Create a small clothesline for your child (in an area where no one will walk through – ie, near a wall)
Set out some clothes pins and some socks.
Encourage your child to hang the socks on the clothesline.
To turn this activity into a learning game, have your child roll a dice and hang up that many socks.
 
IF A DOG WORE SOCKS?

Ask your child, “If a dog wore socks, how many would he need?”
Continue this game with other animals, such as a duck, a spider, a chicken, a pig, an ant.