Grid games teach one to one correspondence, counting, and numeral identification. To play a grid game, children roll a game die, identify the numeral and count out that amount of manipulatives. Each manipulative is placed over one picture in the grid. Children play until the whole grid is full.
You can use either a grid game with 10 spaces (for beginners) or a grid game with 20 spaces (for counting higher).
This grid game uses small ribbon roses which can be found in any craft store. They come in a small bag, and are usually with bridal items. Children place the flowers on the stems.