Ask the child to describe what the horses are doing on each stamp.
Count the stamps, the pencils, and all the pieces together.
Stamp the beginning of a repeating pattern and ask the child to continue the pattern.
Make a number line, stamping a column of objects to represent each number. For instance: one stable, two jumping horses, three trophies, and so on. Write the corresponding numerals below.
Use the stamps to show math problems. For instance, you could show 2+2=4 using groups of horses instead of numerals.
Stamp two of each picture on a thick piece of paper, then cut up the paper to make a memory game. Turn the piece face-down and take turns flipping two at a time in search of a match.
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