Here's some simple and fun math activities for preschoolers. The counting cards below help teach number recognition and reinforce counting skills already learned.
Simply cut into cards and have your child place the cards in order from one to ten. Choose dogs with bones, snowmen or penguins.
OR... place several of the same type of object on the table (i.e. blocks, coins), then hold up one of the counting cards and have the child count out the same number of objects.
To print, simply click on the printable of your choice. This will open the file in PDF format. Please keep all copyright information intact.
For added durability, print the cards on card-stock paper and laminate after printing.
Line up the dog and his bone from one to ten...
Or snowmen (a fun winter counting project!)...
The counting strips below are another way to help teach number recognition and to reinforce counting skills. Print out the counting strips and have the child count the objects on each strip. It helps when the child is able to see the number that corresponds to the correct number of objects. Once the child can recognize numbers on sight... cut the number off the strip and have the child match up the number with the correct number of objects.
My grandson loves these counting strips of vehicles. (Boys will be boys!)
Here's some counting strips just right for girls...
or try counting smiley faces!
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