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  • Whitney Broussard

    Lots of preschool math ideas!

  • Michelle Krynicki

    Number activities I think this is a good idea to teach the kids number placement and for the younger kids to be able to learn the order of numbers. You can mix all the pieces up and they have to put them together in order. Gloria's calendars!!

  • Child Care Aware of Eastern Kansas

    From Growing in Pre K - Math Center: Preschool printable activity sheets.

  • Lani Russell

    Preschool printables - learning number order

  • Linda Early

    Number Order Fire Truck Puzzle - free Math Center

  • Deanna Mitchell

    Preschool printables! Cute math activities for the little guys.

  • Rachel Gutierrez

    Free Printable Cards for Pre-K Numbers, Shapes and Colors. Also, other great math activities!

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OMG!!! This site is great for preschool/kindergarten math activities!!! I want to print and make them all!! and shop for more small manipulatives!!

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Students practice putting teen numbers 12-19 in order while building a picture of a plant. Students cut apart strips and then place numbers in...warm-up activity sheet (but can copy idea to use for other pictures...Dr.Suess Day or to match stories we are reading with diff #s). This could totally work with music notes/rests as well.

How is this for a Math Workstation... I bought these cardboard letters at the teacher store. There were 3 of each number. On one set I put stickers to help those who are not identifying numbers yet. The other sets I left blank. The kids will match clothespins to the corresponding number. Again, I love this station because it builds in a fine motor component which is so important early in the year.

write numbers in a dollar store sectioned box, use for any type of activity involving numbers or counting...dollar store beads or pebbles would be good to count out

Letter recognition cards to help young kids. Free printable

place value sort- an absolute must for a difficult concept!!