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Preschool Counting Worksheets

Our FREE Preschool Counting Worksheets are the perfect resource for any early childhood classroom! Practice number recognition, scissor skills, coloring, and more! Perfect for both preschool and homeschool classrooms. To help your students excel in math, get a HUGE pack of preschool math skill practice pages with our Fine Motor Numbers Bundle! Counting Preschool Worksheets An engaging resource designed for preschool students to practice key math skills. Count, trace, and recognize numbers with this adorable FREE printable...

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Valentine Number Mats

Learning is fun with our free printable Valentine's Day Activities for Preschool! Preschool and kindergarten students will build important number literacy skills with these hands-on math activity mats. Featuring numbers 1-10, your students will build skills like number formation, ten frames, counting, one-to-one correspondence, and even number order. Fine Motor Number Mats Best of all, this fun and free activity have your students using candy conversation hearts for counters! We've designed...

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Preschool Color Charts

Grab 15 Free Preschool Color Charts to help your student learn their colors easily! Plus, teaching children with Color Charts helps them recognize common sight words and be more descriptive in their speech. Color Charts for Preschool To preserve these charts with color objects, consider laminating for longer use or slip into clear y adding to a binder in laminated sheets or pockets. Here is a rainbow of colors you'll find on all these adorable visual cues: BlueBlackYellowWhite...

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Marshmallow Math Activity Mats

Free Printable Winter Math Games Learning one-to-one counting is an important math skill your preschooler can learn. It's important not only to be able to count on fingers but to be able to count objects and to recognize that written numbers represent a set amount of objects. This free printable Marshmallow Counting game is a fun way to work on counting skills while adding some hands-on fun! Don't worry, if you're not keen on providing...

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Gingerbread Spin and Count Game (Numbers 11-20)

Gingerbread House Game Learning to count is the most basic and necessary skill to have when your child is first learning math. With this free printable Christmas Game, students will learn how to count and identify numbers 11 to 20. This is a great way to expand on your preschooler's budding math skills. If you are looking for resources to help your student begin counting, check out our Free Number Printables. This...

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Monster Playdoh Color Mats

Free Playdoh Monster Color Mat Learning about the different colors and how to spell them is a necessary part of a preschooler's education. Students will learn how to spell each one of the 10 colors by stamping each of the letters in playdoh. Monster Playdoh Color Mats are a new and fun way for your young students to learn their colors. Interactive Spelling Game This free Color Monster Playdoh game includes 10 different colored monster squares. Each square...

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Fall Pumpkin Math Mats

Counting is a skill that all preschoolers need to work on. Not just counting on fingers, but recognizing one-to-one correspondence, that the number they are counting is represented with an object. With this free pumpkin candy counting game, your child can have fun while learning basic counting and addition skills. Free Pumpkin Printables With our free pumpkin printables these set works well with any fall or harvest theme. If you're doing an "On the Farm" theme,...

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Is My Child Ready for Preschool? 10 Benchmarks to look for:

Raising little people is hard work. There are also so many questions. If you have a preschooler, you are probably wondering when your child will be ready for preschool. Preschool can be part of your homeschool, or at a local school. The readiness skills are the same. Here are 10 benchmarks your child needs to meet before beginning preschool. Preschool Readiness Checklist: Play: Playing is children’s work! Knowing how to play is an important skill. Can your child...

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Monster Teeth Math Mat

Counting Math Mats Are you planning out a Monster Preschool Theme for your classroom? Then this is an activity you'll want to add to your line-up! Not only does it have a silly toothless monster, but it gives students an opportunity to put some of that Halloween candy to an educational use! Addition Math Mats Candy corn makes the perfect math manipulative for these silly monster mats! Each candy corn represents a single tooth for...

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Blank Alphabet Letter Mats

Alphabet Mat Printables

These free blank alphabet letter mats make look simple, but they are filled with possibility for your preschool classroom! Blank ABC letters can be filled with a variety of different small motor manipulatives, making them a fantastic secret weapon to pull from of your Super Teacher Toolbox! These boredom busters are not only fun and engaging, but they build letter recognition and fine motor skills too! For extended fun, print a set on colored...

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