Having Fun Constructing Numbers With Learning Resources

As a homeschooling mom, I am particularly fond of activities that are both educational and fun! Plus, if our kids can work on multiple skills in one activity, that is a bonus! I think whether you’re a homeschooling parent, teacher, or a parent encouraging your children’s education, these are features you can appreciate! This is why I appreciate Learning Resources.

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Disclosure: I received Number Construction to facilitate my review. This post contains affiliate links. Regardless, all opinions are my own.

Learning Resources offers a variety of hands-on educational products for young children. They make finding the best products for your children easy by offering shopping by Age, Grade, Category, Brand, Teacher Resources, and more. As a mom of three special needs kiddos, I love that they also have a Special Needs category that is broken down into both Skill Development and Learning Styles. I love that they recognize children with special needs have different needs!

For our review, we received Number Construction.

Number Construction number building activity

Number Construction is a fun number building activity ideal for Preschool age children ages 4+. Our preschooler (age 4) has recently taken a more involved interest in his numbers, so I knew he would love this. Plus, because of his special needs, I also knew he would benefit from the fine-motor skills he would be working on while building the numbers! I love that he can work on multiple skills at the same time. Our older two children (ages 6 and 8) also wanted to join in the number building fun as well. They said they were “helping” their little brother, but I think they were enjoying it, too! 😉

Number Construction Number Building Activity

What we have been enjoying most about Number Construction is it isn’t a limited activity. It consists of 5 double-sided activity cards, and they can be used for a number of suggested activities. In fact, it includes eight different suggested activities! Each card gives step-by-step instructions on how to build each number. Building the number is a great activity in itself! Sometimes I then ask him (or them) to write the number ask him to confirm what number he just built.

Learning Resources Number Building Activity

The bolts are great for a variety of activities as well. We have mainly used them to place them on the “touch points” of the numbers. Then I encourage our preschooler to count them. It helps reinforce touch points for our older children as well. As learners that benefit from both hands-on and visual activities, this is a helpful activity! Of course, our preschooler has also decided the bolts are great for stacking. I always encourage free play, and he even counts them as he stacks them!

Learning Resources Number Construction

Other suggested activities include group activities, sorting the numbers, deconstructing the numbers, and more. Of course, you (or your children) can always think of other ways to use them as well! Number Construction is a great activity for young children. I would say children from preschool up to 1st Grade could really enjoy them!

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  1. I love the constructing element of this set. Many kids enjoy creating things with Legos, this “game” could let them have fun building numbers.

  2. Erika Messer says

    If I won this it would definitely go to my daughter who is developmentally delayed and is just learning her numbers and how to write them 🙂 These are awesome, she loves to put things together!

  3. It is so hard to find good activitys any more that are not electronic , that can use the imgaination, hand and motor skills, so this looks like a nice set. thank you for sharing i had not seen this before. thank you

  4. Linda Manns Linneman

    My grandkids would ove constructing these numbers. What a great learning tool. Thank you for this opportunity to win.

  5. I really enjoyed your review on The Constructing Numbers! I really wasn’t too sure about this until I read your review! I love when you can get something that the kids can have fun with, yet learn in the process! This one sounds very good. I’ve been Checking out their website and I’ve picked a few things that I think (if we can afford it) I’m going to order for the kids for Christmas. I love This Website! They have so many terrific items for homeschooling, home learning & playing and having fun! Thanks so much for this terrific review! I do appreciate it! Michele 🙂
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  6. Debbie Bray

    I also like that they have a special needs category.

  7. This activity looks very fun and educational. Thanks for sharing!

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