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2D shape recognition is the foundational preschool math skill. This mini booklet is a great way to have your students practice tracing shapes. Drawing 2d shapes develops early geometry as well as fine motor skills!
First graders love to count, so get them counting on to 20 with this fun fall math center! The cards are set up so that they can be used for either mental math or written equation practice, and the fun pumpkin theme designs will have your student counting forwards from any number in next to no time.
Fall is a great time in the kindergarten classroom for learning number words and these apple theme math clip cards make for a great independent check-in or a partnered number words to 20 game.
This secret code words activity is a great way to help students learn common kindergarten words to do with fall and to get excited about the season. Letter recognition and decoding words (or sounding them out) are both essential skills for a kindergartener to manage.
These scarecrow theme count and compare cards will be an instant hit in your classroom as students learn the skill of counting and comparing numbers and groups.
It’s essential for kindergarten students to get their heads around counting and one-to-one correspondence when counting, and these squirrel ten frame mats will make mastering this skill fun and engaging! Grab these free printable number mats for an easy prep fall math center today.
This fun free fine motor printable comes with ten common classroom objects, each with its name written in traceable letters underneath. It’s essential that kindergarten students learn how to use their hands to manipulate small tools such as pencils and to perform precision tasks like cutting and modeling with playdough.
This unicorn theme alphabet bingo pack is a fun and engaging way to help preschool students master their letters before starting kindergarten. By having your students play letter recognition games like ABC bingo, you give them opportunities to learn important social interactions like turn taking while also reinforcing the shapes and sounds of each letter.
Kindergarten students will love these fun pattern activities with a unique transportation theme! Using a choice board of three different colored cars, students will master the skill of continuing an ABAB pattern in no time at all, and the cute vehicles will keep them coming back for more.