# Number Activities for Pre-Schoolers

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Easy dice games for kids that are simple to learn, help with math skills, and offer opportunities for building social skills in a screen free environment.

Get those kiddos up and moving with these scavenger hunts! We have over 100 scavenger hunts that we've shared now! From holidays to math, we have it all!

About two years ago, I created some resources to send home with parents on how to help their children succeed in school. You can find the old post here. I wanted to update these so I could send them home at the beginning of the year. I will also be sending these home with parents. Then, I also added one for Math as well. You can download this entire file for FREE. Just head on over to my Facebook page. If you already 'Like' my page, just click on the Fan Freebies tab at the top. If

FREE worksheets for toddlers and preschoolers to learn numbers and number recognition. Use with dabber dot markers for a fun preschool math and coloring activity!

FREE worksheets for toddlers and preschoolers to learn numbers and number recognition. Use with dabber dot markers for a fun preschool math and coloring activity!

Looking for a fun Christmas shape matching activity? These Free shape puzzles are featuring fun shaped Santa and reindeer! Each puzzle has a different line that connects the two pieces together, making the puzzles self-correcting. #christmasactivities #preschool #kindergarten #freeprintables #2dshapes

Free printable scramble number three activity

KINDERGARTEN MATH - UNIT 1 I am thrilled to be sharing this huge Counting and Cardinality Unit with you! This is the math unit we start the year with in kindergarten. The kids love all of the hands-on activities we get to do, and I love how easy it is to keep them engaged.

Practice counting with these free snowman counting puzzles! Your kids can practice numbers 0-10 with these simple two-piece puzzles! One of the puzzle pieces has one of the numbers 0 through 10 and th

Recognizing patterns is an important math concept. These FREE Skittles Pattern Cards are a great way to help kids see patterns and create their own!

We love to use poems when teaching number formation because it helps my students visualize how to write the number and they always remember the silly little rhymes! I turned the poems into a one page reference sheet so they can be placed in folders or sent home if needed. You can also find these […]

These playful monster counting mats give children practice with number recognition, counting AND ten frames - nothing to be scared of!

Are you looking for super fun measurement worksheets and activities for kindergarten?? You found them!! Your students will LOVE these hands-on learning activities and fun, extra practice worksheets that teach a variety of kindergarten measurement concepts.

I love using different manipulatives for the students to practice their counting with. Working on counting to 20 is so much more fun when counting candy corn. These resources from Primary Playground work well with this article. Prepare This is a quick and easy one to prepare. Simply download and print the counting cards below, […]

This set of classroom numbers now includes #1-100. Use them to create the super cute projects featured on the right in the preview pics {"Pick Me!" pot, library sticks, attendance board} or use them for student number labels or math games! The possibilities are endless! Included: *numbers 1-100 *...

Cut and paste the missing numbers from 1 to 20. A perfect activity for your independent practice station.