Activities for ages 3 to 5.
Looking for motivating math centers for your Pre-K classroom? These 25 hands-on, ready to print activities teach shapes, counting to 20, writing numbers, patterns and graphing.
The activities make it so easy to set up math stations! Just print, prep and play.
The 25 math centers give students practice with:
* 2D Shapes
* Number recognition to 20
* Number formation
* Counting to 20
* Ten frames
* Introductory measuring
And another with buttons in a jar.
Roll two dice and color the matching number! It’s such a simple prep way to build number sense and beginning addition.
And then play with ten frames to tackle tricky teen numbers.
Use the Rainbow Writing Number Book to give kids plenty of practice writing the ten digits they’ll need for every. single. number. they ever write – everything from the number 2 all the way up to 453,785.
The roll and cover sheets are an addictively fun way to work on shapes, counting and number recognition.
Then play a few rounds of Shape I Have, Who Has?
And connect shapes to the real world with a Color by Shape game.
There’s even a playful set of no prep farm animal patterns. So fun!
Plus, to help kids work on graphing, I included a couple of PreK-friendly graphs like this count and graph color sort.
And that’s just the beginning!