These playful valentine ten frames are a great way to build an understanding of numbers and one to one correspondence with preschoolers and kindergarteners this Valentine’s Day season. Grab your 1-10 set below and then hop over and snag the free twenty frame sheets on our sister site, Playdough to Plato. Valentine Ten Frames Ten frames are a fantastic tool for so many reasons. They not
While numbers and counting seem to go hand in hand, rote counting on its own is very different from number identification, one to one correspondence, and subitizing. This snowflake counting game works on all 3 of those important skills with a fun and seasonal twist. It is a great math center or activity for preschoolers or kindergarteners to play this winter! Getting Ready This fun
As the Christmas season approaches, so does one of my favorite themes – gingerbread! We always love reading variations of The Gingerbread Man, and adding him into some of our learning activities can be super engaging for kids. These gingerbread ten frame printables are a great way to work on numbers and counting with preschoolers and kindergarteners this winter! This post contains Amazon affiliate links.
We have been working hard not only on learning to count, but on developing an understanding of numbers, what they mean, and the variety of ways to represent them. Since our 1-10 number activity mats were such a help in practicing these skills, I knew that we were ready to pull out our teen number activity mats and work on those tricky teens. The mats are
There are so many things that can be learned with a hundreds chart! They are a fabulous tool for learning counting, skip counting, problem solving, and more. These hundreds chart missing numbers challenge cards are a fun addition to your math lesson or activity plans. They’re are sure to give young mathematicians a brain exercise! Getting Ready To prepare the cards, I printed them out and laminated them.
Adding in seasonal themes to everyday learning activities can be super motivating for kids. These apple ten frame printables are a great way to work on numbers and counting with preschoolers and kindergarteners this fall! Getting Ready These printable ten frame activities couldn’t be simpler to prepare. I simply printed them out and grabbed some crayons I had on hand. That’s it! I was ready for some serious ten frame fun! Apple
Learning about money often begins with learning coin names and values. Mastering it all takes time and practice, but thankfully, it doesn’t have to be boring. These coin counting puzzles are a great activity for the home or classroom and, my favorite part of all, they make learning about money fun! Getting Ready To prepare the puzzles, I printed them out and laminated them so that I
Counting is a skill that takes a lot of practice and repetition, especially when children are learning one to one correspondence and counting sets. These super fun watermelon seed count and clip cards add some much needed fun to all of that hard work. They are perfect for summer! Getting Ready To prepare the clip cards, I printed the download (below) and laminated the pieces before
Learning about numbers is more than learning to count – it requires understanding what numbers actually mean. These 1-10 number activity mats make it fun to practice number recognition, formation, counting, ten frames, and tally marks all in one. They’re the perfect addition to any preschool or kindergarten math lesson. Getting Ready Preparing the number activity mats is as easy as they come. I simply printed
My kindergarteners have become masters of counting by 1’st and 10’s lately, and now we are working through the challenge of counting by 5’s! Tally marks are a natural fit because they group together on every 5th one. These tally mark 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! Getting