Pet Five (One, Many, Math 1-5, Board game)
Pet Five can be played even with kids who are only beginning to differentiate between “one” and “many.”
The game has three versions of rules. Each version can be played with cards “up to three” or “up to five.”
For the little ones, who have just learned the difference between “one” and “many,” select the cards with one to three animals.
Once the child masters those, introduce the cards with four and five animals.
Practice together with kittens, chicks, and puppies
The player’s main objective is to find the card with the required number of pets. In the more complicated version of rules, the players race each other!
This means that the child has to count the animals and quickly find the required card. With time, the kids learn to determine the number of animals by sight, and there’s no need to count them every time.
The box contains:
30 thick laminated cards,