We loved it! There were so many great ideas, and they were all quick and easy things that parents could easily duplicate at home for very little cost.
This is something I came home and made right away. I felt like I had done a lot of activities with my children promoting literacy, but not as much with numbers and early math skills. So this was a good find for our family.
I went to the dollar store and bought a small box, a pack of poker chips, and a large die. Then I cut plain paper to fit the box, divided it into six, and put number stickers in the spaces. When the cards were done, I laminated them for durability, but you don't have to.
Pass out the cards to all the players, and give them each six chips. When you roll a number on the dice, you cover that number on your card with a chip.
The first person to get all their numbers covered, wins.
Easy as can be, but it is a great game to help toddlers and preschoolers what a number of things looks like, (dots on the dice) what it looks like written out, ( in numerals) and make the connection between the two.