It's a good game. We've gone in the course of one day from nearly every digit from 0 to 9 being identified as an eight to only half of them being called an eight. Of course, before you can identify the number at all, you have to catch the bean bag. And to catch the bean bag, it would really help if you opened your eyes.
Which Sydney won't:
- ordering the numbers from smallest to largest and largest to smallest
- mental addition and subtraction
- odds and evens
- two- and three-digit number building
- trying to hit stuff
I made an extra set of numbered bean bags, which is currently living in my pumpkinbear etsy shop. A third set is waiting for the next child's birthday party to which I'm allowed to bring a child's present (nope, not allowed to bring a present to the next party the girls are attending), and I'm hoping to make an alphabet set of bean bags and write a tutorial soon (yet these, I vow, will not be manipulated into serving as distractions for my book proposal revision. I VOW!!!).
And then...umm, would bean bags made for the memorization of dinosaurs, or Dremel bits, or types of legumes be out of order?