Recognition of numbers supports the development of other number skills, like counting and instantly seeing how many. The development of early number sense enables children to understand mathematical skills that are required to conceptually understand maths. To develop a sense and perceive 8 as a quantity through concrete objects and pictures number 8 was introduced through a rhyme If I had eight legs instead of two with the spider about his friend octopus. Children were engaged in counting the legs of octopuses and creating an understanding of quantity. To work on fine motor skills and further enhance the understanding of quantification and number object correlation, Prideens made spiders using match sticks and clay. Children loved creating octopuses, playing hopscotch, and colouring in the worksheets.