Item # CF7273

Numbered Spot Markers

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Product Description

Spot Markers with Numbers

Mark the spot! Brightly colored Numbered Spot Markers help kids respect personal space when sitting at circle time or lining up. Versatile 10" spot markers are easy to integrate into sports or therapy for kids of many abilities. Arrange the plastic spot markers to form a hopscotch board, incorporate into races during physical education class or place them as markers for different stations in physical therapy. Teach kids to follow directions using the bold colors and numbers. Sturdy polyvinyl wipes clean for easy maintenance.

  • Helps kids develop motor planning, color recognition and counting skills
  • Supports kids with gross motor delays and sensory processing disorder 
  • Made by Fun and Function 
  • Age 18 months+

Ideas for Use

  • Place spot markers on floor to assign a separate space for each child
  • Add to an obstacle course! Kids call out the number on the spot marker, and then hop or jump that number of times 
  • Use as bases when playing softball or to mark positions when playing volleyball
Use with adult supervision. Not for mouthing or chewing.


  • Includes ten spot markers numbered one through ten
  • 10" Diameter 
  • Weighs 3.5 oz. each 
  • Made of PVC with non-toxic ink 
  • Designed without BPA and phthalates 
  • Surface wash. Air dry. 
  • Colors: Red, green, blue, yellow and orange (2 of each color)


Our spot markers have been tested by an independent and accredited third-party lab and meet or exceed government safety standards for heavy metals, BPA, banned phthalates, lead, and physical and mechanical hazards. Our products comply with applicable voluntary, mandatory and best practice guidelines wherever such standards exist.

Always select products for your child’s developmental abilities, which can differ from chronological age. Consult with your pediatrician or therapist for guidance.

When using our products, remember that you – as the caregiver – know your child best. Please follow our safety recommendations, and provide additional supervision as needed for your child.