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FacebookTwitterPinterestE-mail Here’s a great freebie for you as well!  I use these mats as a choice after centers for my math labs… all 10 numbers on one page for them to make!  Click the image to get your freebie!   Learning your numbers is so important in kindergarten and even more so to form them …

Number Poems & Snap Cube Freebie

Stickers are placed on the numbers based on the color sticker designated on the key at the bottom. Addresses visual attention and discrimination.

Number matching - could use colored sticker dots (fine motor) or use crayon/marker/bingo marker to match. Could match sight words too.

Fun Thanksgiving themed counting activity for preschoolers. Get the details here: :

Thanksgiving Math Center - Pumpkin Pie Counting

I love this counting activity for Cooking Fun! Scoop the appropriate number of cotton balls "ice cream" onto each pie -- add small motor with tongs

Dot counting game: turns rolling a number die and the color die. If we rolled a "3" and a "teal" then we would put 3 teal dots on a piece of paper. We weren't making any special pictures, we were just going to play until the paper was filled up

What a fun game! Make two dice: one with numbers, and one with colors. Roll the dice, then use dot stamps to make that number of dots in that color on your paper. :} Then, I'd add counting the number of each color of dots to the end of the game.

Learning to Write Numbers :: Everyday Snapshots .....I decided to make a set of these for my own guys and asked Donna if I could share them here as well. She said yes, so I made up a set on the computer for you to download and print.

Learn to Write Numbers Printable Poem - Edsnapshots

Learn to Write Numbers :: Everyday Snapshots. These fun printables and poems help with preschool math and kindergarten math. Kids learn to form numbers by practicing while reciting the poems.