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Get you kids practising their measuring length skills in this spring themed math game. Use a standard measurement ruler or some small objects for non-standard measurement to figure out how tall the flowers are.
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Flower Theme Printable Math Game
For this activity you will need:
Writing tool for recording the answers
Ruler or blocks for measuring
Below are the supplies I use personally at home. After doing so many printable activities, I’ve found that it’s most helpful to always have these basic supplies on hand.
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Playing This Spring Themed Math Game
Print out the flower theme printable pages and cut them into individual cards for measuring length.
Teach your child how to use the ruler for standard measurement or measuring blocks for non standard measurement.
For each flower, ask your student to write their answer in the recording sheet.
This spring theme math game develops number recognition, counting skills and fine motor writing skills.
Need More Flower Theme Activities?
Print out the beginning letter mats full page size and laminate them. Then lay out some tokens like flower mini-erasers, spring-colored pompoms, etc for a super easy prep literacy center.
Your students will place a token to cover each picture that starts with the letter on the mat. There are 9 pictures for each alphabet sound to find ( except for the letter X which has 9 pictures that start with or end with it).
BONUS! I have also included a black and white version so that you have the option to make these into worksheets or coloring pages instead. These would be perfect to send as homework or for early finishers in the classroom!
Pair These Books with the Flower Theme Printable:
Other Spring Printables You’ll Love:
1) May Spring Printable Worksheets Pack – 50 pages of free printable worksheets including a variety of literacy, math, and fine motor activities.
2) Spring Flowers Draw and Count – Students will need to draw the number of flowers stated on the page.
3) Spring Code Words – Solve the coded puzzle to find out the Spring themed vocabulary words.
4) Spring Counting Clipcards – This activity is perfect for preschool number recognition, one-to-one correspondence, and counting skills.
5) Spring Color By Number Pack – There are 6 spring-themed color-by-number pages included in this pack.
6) Bird Theme 3 Part Cards – Set up this free printable as proper 3 part cards for a spring literacy activity or as a preschool science center to help your students learn the names of different birds.
7) Weather Math Worksheets Pack – 9 different math worksheets inside this weather-themed activity pack for working on number order, shapes, counting etc.
8) Count The Kites 1-10 – Practice counting while strengthening their little hand muscles at the same time with this set of counting clip cards.
9) Raindrops Counting Frames – Keep your kids busy indoors with this rain-themed counting activity.
10) Missing Number Eggs – Practice counting from 1-20 with this cut and paste activity.
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3) Bumblebee Addition Game – Solve the sum and help the bee land on the correct flower!
4) Farm Shapes Mats – Use playdough, pompoms, stickers etc to learn 2D shapes.
5) Popsicle Stick Number Formation – Kids will love forming the numbers 1 to 10 when ice cream and popsicles are involved!
8) Counting Colorful Bugs – This printable book will help kids count to 10 while also learning about color words.
9) Humpty Dumpty Numbers – In this printable game, your students will practice number recognition using 1 dice or simple addition when using 2 dice.
10) Build A Number Santa – Match the number to the correct number word, tally mark and domino to form a Santa Claus