NUMBERS AND MATH
This Cars Subitizing to 10 packet will help students practice tally marks counting 1-10, matching ten frames to numbers and match finger counting 1-10 to number. These printable subitizing games all follow the same format so it’s easy for your students to master.
Math partner games are a great way to build collaboration in your classroom, and these fun ten frames Thanksgiving activities for kindergarten have multiple uses to get students working together.
Looking for new kindergarten Thanksgiving activities? These turkey themed 3 part cards should be part of your November lesson plan to have students learning the number words 1 to 20!
In this school-themed smallest to biggest number worksheet, students will be given a set of 5 numerals in random order then arranging numbers by size. Download this free back to school printable to practice how to order numbers largest to smallest.
Anything that uses a transportation theme for kindergarten will get you students engaged, and these alphabet and number playdough mats are a fantastic grab and go activity that will have them both uppercase and lowercase alphabet tracing as well as number tracing all year long.
Finding high quality pumpkin activities for kindergarten can be tricky, but this great comparing sums to 5 pumpkin printable will quickly become a firm favorite in your math center rotations. These greater than lesser than clip cards give you a great opportunity to double dip into both comparing quantities and addition equation practice.
Thinking about how to teach counting? This counting books back to school printable is a great grab and go option for your start of the year math centers. Work on both learning numbers 1 to 20 and fine motor development with these counting clip cards!
A preschool fall theme provides plenty of opportunities to engage your students in their early math and fine motor skills. Counting apples as a way of teaching the number system is an activity as old as time, but this cute rainbow writing activity takes it to the next level by adding number tracing 1 to 10 into the mix.
These kindergarten school supplies themed number building block mats will give your students practice at number formation as well as counting and 1:1 correspondence revision. Among your many math activities for kindergarten, these 1-10 number practice mats are sure to become a new favorite!
These count and cover number mats give your students multiple opportunities to practice recognizing different forms of each number as they practice counting to 10. There’s lots of ways to turn these mini eraser math activities into games so that your students will want to play all year long.
Long gone are the days of a kindergarten math center as busy work while they wait to work with the teacher. It’s essential to know how to create differentiated kindergarten centers that allow students to work independently and still get success. Try some of these tips for managing kindergarten math stations to build skills and independence.
Fun hands-on math activities like these crayon fine motor number mats are an essential tool at the start of the year to teach your students the relationship between the number words and the values that they represent. You’ll love teaching number sense with this printable crayon themed numbers activity!
These sorting by addition up to 10 mats activity is a great tool in your toolbox to help students with math fact fluency. Download and add this to your kindergarten summer lesson plan today!
Work on early math and fine motor skills with these shape playdough mats! This fun ocean theme kindergarten shape activity is the perfect grab and go math center to help your student master their 2D shape names. Download your fine motor mats now!
A preschool rainbow theme will help your students learn color names. These adorable sorting games for preschool allow you to help students sort by color as well as teaching them variations of Baa Baa Black Sheep to match each colorful page as they work.
This cute frog theme printable number puzzle will have your kindergarten students learning numbers 1 to 10 quicker than a frog can jump! Download this Spring kindergarten math station now!
These no-prep spring garden theme kindergarten counting worksheets will allow your students to practice counting 1 to 10, 1:1 correspondence as well as fine motor skills. Download this number match worksheet for a quick math center today!
All children learn differently, so you need a variety of kindergarten counting activities and ways to teach counting to your students, but fortunately there are untold types of counting skills and activities out there. This post gives you 5 fun ways to get your students counting sets to 20 in no time!
Capture the excitement of the Easter season with these Easter worksheets that help students with understanding ten frames and number writing practice. These ten frame worksheets for kindergarten give students early practice at counting individual objects and recognizing the numbers that they represent.
Learning how to tell the time is a lifelong skill that students need to master, but finding ways to present it in a fun way can be tricky. Fortunately, this feeding time at the zoo packet gives your students a reason to learn to tell the time, and can become part of a bigger zoo animals theme lesson plan that could talk about the habitats the animals would need in the zoo and the kinds of food that your junior zookeepers would need to provide for the animals at the correct time.
This St Patrick’s Day printable will give your students opportunities to work on counting on from a number and counting with ten frames. They will become confident with counting forwards and backwards by single digits, and to be able to explain how counting on makes the amount greater and the number bigger.
These cute St Patrick’s Day worksheets will help with number recognition 1-20 while also making for a great display for your classroom wall. The non-religious nature of the holiday makes it an accessible theme for all of your students in your classroom,and your March lesson plan should aim to incorporate everything green, leprechaun and clover into your academic centers.
Looking for math tray activities for preschoolers? These Asteroid Preschool Number Mats will help your students work on number recognition 1-10!
These space theme number sequencing worksheets will capture your students’ imagination and have them mastering number order 1 to 20 in no time. Grab your cut and paste worksheets now!
These sports activities for preschoolers help them recognize facial expressions, making them an excellent morning meeting task as well as a quick finisher game. Whether you’re talking about emotions in class or working on visual discrimination skills, this classic odd one out activity will be a hit!
Using stories is an excellent way of introducing mathematical word problems for kindergarten, as they help students make sense of why anyone would care how many kites or flowers there are. These addition and subtraction worksheets for kindergarten are a great year round resource and the sheer variety of problems within 10 means there’s lots of opportunity to practice.
Learning subtraction within 10 using pictures that students can cross out is a great way to start their journey to formal subtraction equations and these subtraction worksheets for kindergarten will help them take their first steps. This sweet time of year makes for a great theme for all your academic centers, which makes these sugar-filled Valentine’s Day worksheets a sure-fire success with your students.
Kindergarten students need to practice tracing numbers to help them master the ten digits that underpin their entire mathematical journey, and this winter animals themed writing numbers worksheet has multiple opportunities for them to practice writing numbers 11-20 as well as developing their 1:1 correspondence.
These fun winter animal clip cards will help your kindergarten students develop their addition facts to 10 all winter long. You can also use this arctic animal game in December for children who don’t celebrate Christmas since everyone can get on board with cute polar bears!
Subitizing numbers 1 to 10 is one of the most tricky number sense concepts in early mathematics, but this mitten subitizing game makes teaching the concept fun!
This dinosaur theme counting tally marks 1 to 20 activity will hook your students with the different dinosaur images (expect to be told the name of the dinosaur on each page!) and will help them practice their subitizing skills all year long.
This free Christmas printable is filled with enough elves, presents and snow to keep kindergarteners practicing their 3D shape recognition all December long. This kindergarten 3d shape printable comes ready to print with clear pictures of real life 3D objects and their corresponding 3D shape names.
Get your students writing numbers 1 to 20 this Thanksgiving using these adorable number tracing cards that will become an instant Thanksgiving math center hit! The fun turkey pictures and clear directions will help your students master accurate number formation at the start of the year.
Your students will love this shadow matching November preschool activity and will come back to play with the cute turkey characters all month long.
This simple learning to count Humpty Dumpty activity contains a whole host of preschool math skills. Using a traditional dice will encourage them to subitize while the printable dice included with this free nursery rhyme printable will allow them to master recognizing and counting to 6.
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.
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.
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.
Kindergarten students will learn about number sequence in this printable dinosaur math center. They will need to figure out the missing number from a row of 5 numbers shown. You can use this as a fun math station any time of the year!
Your students will love this ice cream cones activity. In this preschool math center, they will do shape matching between the real-life 2d shapes on the scoops and the labeled cones. It’s the perfect summer math printable!
This fish theme activity will make a fun summer math center for your preschoolers or kindergarteners. There are 2 styles included – matching the number to the ten frame and matching the ten frame to the number.
Students will love this new ocean theme activity. Use this printable kindergarten math center to practice addition to 10. These ocean theme task cards require just a thumbs up or down response and are perfect for summer!
Looking forward to summer vacation already? This preschool math center is perfect for getting your students excited about going to the beach. It focuses on number recognition to 20 so you can differentiate it as you need or even use it with kindergarten students. You can set up this fun free printable for an individual or for small groups.
In this kindergarten pirate theme math center, students will use the number line to 20 to figure out one more and one less of the number shown. This free math printable will help your students with both number order and number writing. It’s perfect for some counting practice this summer!
Do you know any kids who hate pizza? Me neither! Certainly not the two little ones I have at home and pepperoni pizza is their absolute favorite! So I’ve embraced that to create this cute set of clip cards that you can use as a preschool math center for counting 1 to 10!
If you’re looking for a kindergarten space theme activity that combines subtraction with fine motor skills, then you’ll love this free printable! With the recent spaceship launch to the International Space Station, the alignment of the planets to form the ‘Christmas star’ and all the space themed Lego sets my son received for his birthday, this space subtraction math center is an obvious favorite.
Add these cute truck wheel shape clip cards to your geometry math rotations and have your students matching the 2D shape to the correct wheel. The more activities that you can attach to your transportation theme for preschool, the more engaged your students are going to be!
Preschoolers and kindergarteners will love counting the brightly colored ladybugs in this fun bug themed math center. Include this free printable in your insect learning unit to combine math and fine motor strengthening this Spring. Counting 1 to 20 will be so much fun!
Looking for a kindergarten math center to practice addition & subtraction? Then this is the free printable for you! This Easter Bunny math activity helps students solve basic sums by having a visual representation they can use to count, instead of just numbers.
I have a fun pack of Spring I Spy activities that you can use this season! This pack of 3 visual discrimination activities will keep your kindergarteners busy all season long!
Use this free printable Valentines tally marks cards as a preschool or kindergarten math center to help your students develop their number sense and learn subitizing with tally marks. These clip cards are a great, hands-on way to practice counting by 5’s, counting on and working on fine motor a bit as well!
Kindergarten and 1st-grade students will work on counting to 20 and one to one correspondence in this free ice skating activity. Use this as a fun winter math center in your classroom or as a hands-on printable twenty frame game for your homeschool.
Students in preschool to 1st grade will practice counting, making 10, one to one correspondence, subitizing and writing numbers with these snowman ten frame mats. Use this printable as a fun winter math center in your classroom or as a hands-on addition activity for your homeschooling kids.
Your kids will love this 50-page winter packet full of fun activities to help them practice literacy, math and fine motor skills. Preschool and kindergarten students will cut, color, count and much more. This activity pack is perfect for indoor leaning time during the cold winter months.
Download this train number writing practice printable for year-round fun tracing numbers 1 to 20. This transportation theme number activity gives your students ‘train-ing’ in number formation up to 20 by having them trace then write the numbers on the carriages in a train.
Spread some Christmas cheer with this 50-page activity pack. Your kids will have so much fun learning their alphabet, counting, practice fine motor skills and so much more! This worksheet pack will keep preschool and kindergarten students busy throughout the holidays.
This fun Build A Number Santa Christmas themed math center is a great way to help your students develop number sense while having some Santa themed fun at the same time. You can never have too many free number sense activities for kindergarten! Grab this and add it to your kindergarten Christmas activities stash today!
This weather math worksheets pack is a 9-page bumper set of weather theme math worksheets that you can use at any time of year since it covers various types of weather. The sheer range of weather math activities for kindergarten allows you to hit multiple standards with just one download including number order, graphing, ten frames and more!
Your preschool and kindergarten students will be gobbling up this fun 50-page worksheet pack filled with literacy, math and fine motor practice activities. You’ll be so thankful you found this freebie 🙂
This burger stand math fun packet gives you everything you need to teach kindergarten counting money skills while they think they’re just playing at being a McDonald’s worker. There’s nothing better, however, than when you can incorporate some of your core academic subjects into a dramatic play center, and having your students play shopkeeper gives you so many opportunities for multi-leveled learning.
This number printable can be used anytime of the year! Prep it for a St Patrick’s Day or nature-inspired unit in spring, a color-themed week in summer, to study the weather in fall or for learning to count in winter!
Lots of Halloween treats await your students in this fun-filled activity packet. 50 pages of literacy, math and fine motor practice inside!
This emoji shadow matching game develops an important early literacy and math skill called visual discrimination. Preschoolers need visual discrimination and matching skills so that they can differentiate between the letters and numbers as well as classify objects. It makes a great file folder activity for early finishers in class.
Preschoolers need visual discrimination and matching skills in order to differentiate between the letters and numbers and to be able to classify objects. This Halloween shadow matching game develops these early literacy and math skills. It’s easy to prepare and makes a great quiet time activity.
This nursery rhyme math activity is a great resource for helping students develop number recognition in preschool as well as giving you an opportunity to talk about and rehearse the story of poor old Humpty Dumpty. Simply roll the dice and cover the matching number until all numbers have been covered!
Kids will have so much fun going through this 50-page worksheet pack for fall. It’s full of cutting, counting, coloring and writing activities that will keep your students busy and excited for all things autumn!
This printable activity will help your child learn shapes and develop fine motor skills. It can be used with playdough, pom poms, dot markers etc. There are shapes all around a farm and, with the tractors, fields of crops and animals, it’s one of my 4-year-old’s favorite places to go.
Autumn is approaching and the leaves are falling to the ground. In this printable game, kids will help to sort out the leaves and find which numbered tree they came from. It’s a fun way to practice number recognition, reading number words and count with ten frames.
It’s time to get ready to go back to school! This worksheet pack will help your preschooler practice the skills they need including learning shapes, numbers, alphabet and more.
Kids will fall in love with this scarecrow theme fall math center. So quick to setup in just a few minutes, you can sit back and relax while your preschooler or kindergartener has fun learning to solve simple sums to 10.
This is a great game to welcome your students back to school or for your child to review what their need to know before school starts again. Preschool and kindergarten kids will practice one to one correspondence and writing number words from 1 to 10 by counting adorable school supplies.
Make preschool numbers and math a little bit more magical with these Unicorn Ten Frame Mats. This unicorn printable for kids will help them learn one-to-one correspondence and counting up to 10.
Preschoolers will love learning colors with these fruit and vegetable fine motor clipcards. This color matching game can be used any time of the year that you are working on healthy eating habits and nutrition with your kids.
I know your little one will love all the fun literacy and math activities in this 50-page dinosaur worksheet pack! Practice letter recognition, writing, counting, graphing, tracing, coloring and so much more.
50 free pages of summer-themed fun worksheets for preschoolers and kindergarteners to work on their literacy, math and fine motor skills. Keep your kids busy during the summer holidays.
Kids will love counting these fireflies! This math activity is perfect for preschool, kindergarten and homeschooling or for busy parents looking for something their little one can do independently. So easy to prep – just print and play!
In this fun game, kids will count and compare fish in a tank and fish in a bowl to see which has a bigger number and learn how to use the symbols greater than and lesser than correctly.
Looking for a new ice cream theme preschool activity? These number formation mats 1-10 are a perfect summer theme math center! Just grab some popsicle sticks and some craft velcro dots to get started.
Kids work on math and measurement in this summer themed ice cream printable.
Kids work on math and measurement in this spring flowers themed printable.
Kids love marshmallows – eating them, playing with them and now, they’ll love counting them too! Get ready to work on early math and fine motor skills with this adorable set of counting clip cards.
Look up in the sky and count up to 10 colorful kites! Kids will love the whimsy of this game and look forward to their own time playing outdoors this Spring. Practice counting while strengthening their little hand muscles at the same time with this set of counting clip cards.
Kids will surely have a hop-py time counting up to 10 bunnies in a line. This cute game will help develop fine motor skills as well as early math. It’s perfect for Easter and spring. Just grab some wooden pegs and get ready for some fun!
This set of counting clip cards will light up your child’s day! Count up to 10 fireflies caught in the jar. It’s a perfect math and fine motor combination game for spring or summer.
Count how many raindrops are forming those fun puddles in this spring-themed game. Kids will practice counting from 1 to 10 while strengthening fine motor muscles with this set of clipcards.
Preschoolers will love counting these adorable crabs walking across the beach. Are you ready for some summer fun? This printable set of counting clip cards will certainly get you in the mood for all the sunshine and beach fun.
Kids will love this deliciously fun counting game! Count out the chocolate chips from 1-10 and clip a wooden peg on the correct answer. This printable game works on both math and fine motor skills.
I grew up with chickens as pets and my son absolutely loves his field trips to the farm. He comes back all excited talking about all the animals he sees. We both share a love of animals so this set of chicken counting clip cards is one of his favorites.
This watermelon themed game is perfect for learning how to count to 10 this summer. Grab some wooden pegs and your kids will be ready for some refreshingly good fun!
Dive into the ocean and count how many colorful fish you can see! Kids will love clipping the correct answer and they will be so good at counting to 10 by the end of this game. This set of clip cards is perfect for summertime.
This adorable set of clip cards will allow your child to practice counting 1-10 while strengthening their little hand muscles. This is a perfect activity for Spring and Summer.
April showers bring May flowers! This colorful set of clip cards will help your child practice counting from 1-10 while working on developing fine motor strength.
Kids will have a hopping good time playing with this adorable set of counting clip cards. Practice math while working on fine motor strength as your child counts how many frogs are by the pond.
Bee themed activities are always a hit at our house and this set of 1-10 counting clip cards is no exception!
Kids will love counting how many adorable wriggly worms are coming up from the ground. Practice early math skills while strengthening fine motor muscles with this set of clip cards that are perfect for Spring.
This collection of clip cards sets will help your child work on counting and developing fine motor muscle strength all throughout spring and summer.
50 pages of free Spring themed printable worksheets for kids. Includes a variety of literacy, math and fine motor activities. Bring on the flower, frog and flying bugs fun!
Count up the bones to help the adorable little puppies solve simple math sums in this printable game
In this simple spring graphing printable, your students will practice bugs graphing skills by going outside and counting the number of bugs that fit each of the major categories. Not only is this a fun outdoor math activity for kindergarten but it gets your students talking about counting and classifying bugs.
Kids will love this fun pack of snow-themed literacy and math activities. Winter weather might keep you indoors but your child won’t mind at all when you have these easy-prep centers ready.
This treasure-filled pack of pirate-themed activities will teach your preschooler and kindergarteners various early math and literacy skills. Count up the coins, trace lines to the X spot and get ready for some more fun games. Ahoy!
Pack of 10 literacy and math centers based on popular Nursery Rhymes. Kids will love learning the songs and then doing a hands-on activity based on it. Humpty Dumpty, Hey Diddle Diddle, Jack and Jill, Little Miss Muffet, Baa Baa Black Sheep, Incy Wincy Spider and more are included.
This frog number hop activity is the perfect math partner game for spring as it incorporates discussions about the life cycle and habitats of a frog along with the tricky counting concepts of more and less. Once your students learn how to play this frog math activity for kindergarten, they’ll be hopping back for more every day!
Preschool and kindergarten kids will love this draw and count activity. April showers bring May flowers and this printable game is absolutely perfect for Spring!
Kids will be zooming around with excitement when they see these 10 vehicle-themed literacy and math activities. Transportation is always fascinating for preschoolers and kindergarteners. This fun pack will help develop handwriting, number recognition, beginning sounds and so many more skills.
Falling leaves are so colorful and beautiful. Celebrate autumn changes with these 10 literacy and math centers that are perfect for preschool and kindergarten. Kids will surely fall in love with this magical season.
This pack of 10 literacy and math scarecrow-themed centers will save you hours of prep time in the Fall. Preschoolers and kindergarteners will enjoy the variety of activities that include everything from tracing to building towers with blocks.
50 pages of free Easter themed printable worksheets for kids. Includes a variety of literacy, math and fine motor activities.
These Rainbow Chameleon Color Sorting Mats combine color word recognition, early math skills, fine motor development and science all in one. April showers bring May flowers and lots of lovely rainbows so get those colorful pompoms out for some sorting fun!
This printable addition game is the perfect spring math center for kindergarten! Students will take the bumblebee addition cards, solve the equation and find the matching flower answer. Master addition facts to 10 in no time!
Make handwashing and hygiene fun and top of mind for kids with this fun set of counting clip cards. There are pictures of hands and also everyday objects that children can use to count up to 20.
Having a theme for your counting always helps, and this bug theme counting printable will have your students counting colorful bugs in no time. This handy pack will also help with learning color words to incorporate some early literacy skills while they are counting insects from 1 to 10.
Count to 10 with these beautifully designed mats perfect for spring themed learning.
50 pages of free St Patrick’s Day themed printable worksheets for kids. Includes a variety of literacy, math and fine motor activities.
2 printable puzzles to work on number order, great for Valentines
Looking for a fun way to gets kids eating more fruits and vegetables? This pack includes 10 deliciously fun activities that will improve early literacy and math skills in preschoolers and kindergarteners. Healthy eating habits are strengthened when kids are exposed to more themed activities like these.
Kids will gobble up these exciting turkey-themed centers that are perfect for Thanksgiving. The 10 simple activities included are stuffed with early literacy and math skills making them great additions to preschool, kindergarten or 1st-grade classrooms and homeschools. Get ready for lots of turkey fun!
Are you ready for some farm fun? These 10 simple literacy and math centers will have kids clucking with excitement and asking for moo-re!
Kids will enjoy learning all about Easter while improving various literacy and math skills with this easy-prep pack of 10 centers. They’re so much fun that your preschoolers and kindergarteners might even put their chocolate eggs down!
This snowball sorting game will have your students differentiate between letters and numbers, as well as uppercase and lowercase letters. You’ll love this new winter printable for preschool!
50 pages of free Valentine’s themed printable worksheets for kids. Includes a variety of literacy, math and fine motor activities.
Printable number recognition game that’s perfect for Valentines!
This pack of 10 ice-cream themed literacy and math centers is sure to get your kids excited for summer! They’re so easy to prep and super fun to play!
These winter themed number puzzle strips 1 to 20 represent an easy and fun way to have your students master their number sequencing skills this season. There are 2 different puzzles for number order from 1 to 10 and number sequencing 11 to 20.
10 fun Halloween-themed literacy and math centers for preschool and kindergarten. No tricks, only treats, in this pack!
10 fun dinosaur-themed literacy and math games for preschool and kindergarten
These playdough counting mats provide you with year-long counting practice to set your students up for kindergarten success. You’ll get 40 fun hands on counting center where students will master 1-10 number recognition as well as one to one correspondence. Grab it today!
Hundreds charts are fun and versatile teaching tools that you can use for the whole year! 12 different designs included, one for each month.
Your students will love this new Christmas I Spy game so be sure to grab it today! There are two ways to use these free printable Christmas games; either print out the full color version and have it as a quick I spy and count game, or use the black and white version for students to color in every time they find an object.
Set of 3 differentiated gingerbread-themed number puzzles including one with dice representation.
10 Spring theme literacy and math games galore to get kids excited about bugs and butterflies!
Get your kids excited for Valentines with these 10 literacy and math centers perfect for pre-k to 1st grade.
This completely updated pack of Christmas Themed Literacy and Math Centers for kindergarten math and literacy comes packed with activities to master number bonds, number sense, beginning sounds, reading CVC words, sight word building and more! Grab this packet to help you keep your students engaged this December now!
Teaching number comparison? Help your students master the greater than and lesser than symbols with this acorn comparing numbers worksheet! Grab this fall theme numbers activity for free today!
Looking for fall themed number practice? These scarecrow number tracing strips will get your students tracing numbers 0 to 10 really quickly and easily!
Develop early math skills with these 3 scarecrow-themed image sets to arrange from smallest to biggest.
These 4-piece watermelon number puzzles will keep your children entertained while working on early math skills like number recognition, counting and subitizing.
This farmers market activities pack has plenty of free nutrition activities for preschoolers, ranging from a rainbow-themed food activity to a scavenger hunt for a field trip. You’ll find enough farmers market preschool activities to keep your students busy all season long. Use these healthy eating printables for kids to complete your food and nutrition classroom theme!
This free birthday activities pack comes loaded with simple, independent activities that your students can enjoy for their special day. There are 4 free birthday party activity sheets including number sequencing puzzle strips, I spy birthday printable, and more!
Counting with ten frames, like in these construction counting mats, is widely seen as best practice when it comes to counting with 1:1 correspondence because it allows students to visualize patterns in the numbers 1 to 10. Download this free printable today to use any time of the year!
This Bunny Spin and Cover Numbers game will help your preschool students master their number recognition in time for kindergarten. This fun preschool number recognition game will be popular as long as your Easter theme is up. Read on to find out more ways to extend this Easter number identification game!
Your preschooler can practice doing some addition to 10 sums using the adorable bunny number slider that comes with the worksheet.
This Easter color matching activity for preschool comes with two fun activities – a bunny and carrot counting puzzle and a bunny carrot match up activity based on color. Download it free today!
These daily routine cards are a fun way to practice learning to tell the time in first grade. It can also be used as visual routine cards for younger children. These daily schedule cards with clock faces left bank are super versatile!
These spring counting clip cards will have your students counting bees 1 to 10 and undertaking butterfly counting practice in no time at all. This set of 4 clip cards for counting practice is simple and fun!
There are 6 spring-themed color by number pages included in this pack.
While it’s impossible to count each raindrop, these math task cards for spring give you raindrops counting frames up to 20, which means plenty of counting practice all season long. Students will draw in the ten frame and then progress to drawing twenty frames.