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Recycling An Advent Calender as a Way to Introduce Numbers to Kids

I was looking for a fun way to introduce the numbers to my 10-year-old pupil of German. Since it was just after Christmas, I had the idea of using an advent calendar.I took it apart, reinforced the

I took it apart, reinforced the back side and the bars between the doors with thick cardboard (sorry, no photo) and glued it back together again. I printed out the wording of the numbers from one to twenty-four. First I wanted to paste them into the doors, but it would have been a shame to cover the pictures.So, I glued them on the inside of the doors. To make it easier to open the doors, I used a bit of a cello tape as

So, I glued them on the inside of the doors. To make it easier to open the doors, I used a bit of a cello tape as a handle. Now I can not only ask: “Where is the ten?” but the pupil can also tell me: “I see a fish” (which is more difficult in German, because you’ll have to use the accusative case). The lesson passed fast and was a great success!

Recycling An Advent Calender as a Way to Introduce Numbers to Kids Recycled Cardboard
Recycling An Advent Calender as a Way to Introduce Numbers to Kids Recycled Cardboard

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