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Magnet Pages By Number

To use a magnet page, begin by printing off the worksheet. 
Purchase circular Expo Brand whiteboard magnets.  I have seen them at Sam's Club, sometimes packaged with push pins,  or on EBay.  Have the children put the paper on a cookie sheet.  I recommend the Bakers Secret brand one that is 9x13.  Have the children complete the picture by putting a magnet in each circle.  Some people use pompoms or bingo markers with them.  This activity is designed to promote one to one correspondence and letter recognition.   If you have older kids, these magnets can also be used with the Magnet Mosaics.

Number One
Number Two
Number Three
Number Four
Number Five
Number Six
Number Seven
Number Eight
Number Nine
Number Ten
Number 11-coming soon
Number 12

Dump Truck Pages 1-12
There was an Old Lady who Swallowed Some Snow 1-20

Alphabet Magnet Pages
Very Hungry Caterpillar Magnet Pages
Chicka Chicka 123 Page

Amazon now carries circular magnets that will work with magnet pages.

Many people use stickers with their magnet pages.

If you want to make pompom magnets here's something that might help




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