Free download: spooky counting guide

The secret to getting your kid to learn numbers (even if they can’t sit still)

If your preschool kid’s spirit animal is a category 5 hurricane, then sitting down to learn numbers (especially from a boring worksheet) isn’t going to cut it. And the last thing you want is to spend time setting up an activity your kid ignores. Or worse — having your kid start making negative associations with learning, that could impact them for life.

So, what do you do instead?

  1. Spark their interest using captivating images (like spooky pumpkins)
  2. Keep them interested by gamifying learning

And you’ll find everything you need to do that in this FREE Spooky Counting Guide. It includes 10 printable Halloween themed count & clip cards + 9 game-based ways to use them that your energetic kid will love. And what can you expect inside?

  • If your kid needs to get some energy out, check out activities 3 and 4 so they aren’t using your 2nd floor banister as a rock-climbing gym
  • If your kid loves pretend play, use activity 9 to strengthen their imaginations AND their number skills

Put your email address below, then get ready for your kid’s Pre-K teacher to start asking for your secrets of how your kid is so good at numbers.

So who the heck am I?

I’m Stefanie—Founder & Designer For Little Moon

I’m a toddler mom and cognitive psychologist. I believe if you want your toddler or preschooler to develop a love of learning that inspires them to keep soaking up knowledge into their teenage years and beyond, the best way to do it is through fun, hands-on activities that don’t stifle their curiosity.

Nurture their intrinsic desire to play, and learning is organic. Easy. Captivating.

Teach your kid numbers the fun way

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