Children love dinosaurs! We recently picked up a set of Dinosaur counters, and they are a fantastic tool for any preschool classroom. Counters can be used for counting, patterns, colors, and sorting and classifying. We’ve designed quite a few printables and resources you can use to create a variety of learning centers in your classroom. Our printables are designed to go alongside this specific set. We personally own this set, it is very high quality and will last for years in your homeschool or personal classroom.
Great for counting sorting and imaginative play
Soft rubber dinosaur counters measure up to 2″H and come
in 6 shapes and colors
Set of 108 includes 16 page booklet of dinosaur facts and
This is a set of six different classification cards. Children can sort their dinosaurs by type; Stegosaurus, Triceratops, Brachiosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Dimetrodon, and Wolly Mammoth.
This is a set of printable cards for children to classify their dinosaurs by color. If you mount these to a double file folder you can easily open and shut the learning center.
This is a fun game for two or three children to play. Children take turns spinning the wheel and then covering a marker on their gameboard. This can be played with one or both spinners.
A set of six different dinosaur coloring pages with handwriting practice and easy cut quilt squares. This set features: Stegosaurus Coloring Page, Triceratops Coloring Page, Wolly Mammoth Coloring Page, Tyrannosaurus Rex Coloring Page, Brachiosaurus Coloring Page, Dimetrodon Coloring Page,
This is a set of dinosaur cards used for counting, and beginning math equations. Children can use the counting cards or their dinosaur counters to make different simple equations.
These are pattern strips for children to learn all about sequencing. Cut the strips and leave them in your learning center. Encourage children to identify the pattern and continue it with their dinosaur counters.
Free printable Dinosaur games and learning centers. Children work on colors, early math skills and more with these free teaching resources available on File Folder Fun
Making fossils is great fun, and really not as “troublesome,” or “messy” as you might think! This craft really drives home the point in how fossils are formed and leaves children with a lasting impression!