Maybe not for Jordan because he will stick the bead up his nose! Pipe cleaners cut short with a number taped to the end. Have the kids feed the same number of pony beads onto the pipe cleaners. GREAT for one-to-one correspondence and fine motor skills!
Write the numbers on a set of popsicle sticks. To add extra support, draw dots on the popsicle sticks to match the number written on them. Students line up the numbers and stick them in the play doh. Could also be done with tricky teens.
Ordinal numbers: Hanging the laundry out to dry. Children use numeral identification skills and counting skills to put the numerals in order on the clothes line. Make items to hang out to dry base on the theme of study.
"A Spoonful of Learning: Number Boards For Your Classroom!" My two year old went a bit number nutty and i was a bit lost trying to find number activities appropriate for a tiny tot. Other than counting.