Kindergarten and 1st-grade students will work on counting to 20 and one to one correspondence in this free ice skating activity. Use this as a fun winter math center in your classroom or as a hands-on printable twenty frame game for your homeschool.
Students in preschool to 1st grade will practice counting, making 10, one to one correspondence, subitizing and writing numbers with these snowman ten frame mats. Use this printable as a fun winter math center in your classroom or as a hands-on addition activity for your homeschooling kids.
Your kids will love this 50-page winter packet full of fun activities to help them practice literacy, math and fine motor skills. Preschool and kindergarten students will cut, color, count and much more. This activity pack is perfect for indoor leaning time during the cold winter months.
Kids will be able to practice their number handwriting skills in this train-themed activity that’s super easy to prep for your transportation learning week! This game for preschool and kindergarten includes numbers 1-20.
Spread some Christmas cheer with this 50-page activity pack. Your kids will have so much fun learning their alphabet, counting, practice fine motor skills and so much more! This worksheet pack will keep preschool and kindergarten students busy throughout the holidays.
Preschool and kindergarten kids will match the number to the correct number word, tally mark and domino to form a Santa Claus in this fun printable Christmas activity.
9 different math worksheets inside this weather-themed activity pack for working on number order, shapes, counting etc. Perfect for indoor learning on a rainy day.
Your preschool and kindergarten students will be gobbling up this fun 50-page worksheet pack filled with literacy, math and fine motor practice activities. You’ll be so thankful you found this freebie 🙂
This burger-themed printable will help your students do simple addition in their heads in such a fun way and introduced them to the concept of calculating money as they manage a pretend cafe.
This number printable can be used anytime of the year! Prep it for a St Patrick’s Day or nature-inspired unit in spring, a color-themed week in summer, to study the weather in fall or for learning to count in winter!
Lots of Halloween treats await your students in this fun-filled activity packet. 50 pages of literacy, math and fine motor practice inside!
This emoji shadow matching game develops an important early literacy and math skill called visual discrimination. Preschoolers need visual discrimination and matching skills so that they can differentiate between the letters and numbers as well as classify objects. It makes a great file folder activity for early finishers in class.
Preschoolers need visual discrimination and matching skills in order to differentiate between the letters and numbers and to be able to classify objects. This Halloween shadow matching game develops these early literacy and math skills. It’s easy to prepare and makes a great quiet time activity.
Humpty Dumpty is a classic nursery rhyme that preschoolers will be familiar with. In this printable game, your students will practice number recognition using 1 dice or simple addition when using 2 dice.
Kids will have so much fun going through this 50-page worksheet pack for fall. It’s full of cutting, counting, coloring and writing activities that will keep your students busy and excited for all things autumn!
This printable activity will help your child learn shapes and develop fine motor skills. It can be used with playdough, pom poms, dot markers etc. There are shapes all around a farm and, with the tractors, fields of crops and animals, it’s one of my 4-year-old’s favorite places to go.
Autumn is approaching and the leaves are falling to the ground. In this printable game, kids will help to sort out the leaves and find which numbered tree they came from. It’s a fun way to practice number recognition, reading number words and count with ten frames.
It’s time to get ready to go back to school! This worksheet pack will help your preschooler practice the skills they need including learning shapes, numbers, alphabet and more.
Kids will fall in love with this scarecrow-themed math activity that’s perfect for autumn. So quick to setup in just a few minutes, you can sit back and relax while your preschooler or kindergartener has fun learning to solve simple sums to 10.
This is a great game to welcome your students back to school or for your child to review what their need to know before school starts again. Preschool and kindergarten kids will practice one to one correspondence and writing number words from 1 to 10 by counting adorable school supplies.
Make counting a little bit more magical with these Unicorn Ten Frame Mats. Kids will learn one to one correspondence and counting up to 10. Preschoolers and kindergarteners will love this fun math printable!
Preschoolers and kindergarteners will learn to identify colors while working on their fine motor strength in this fruit and vegetable themed printable activity. This game can be used any time of the year that you are working on healthy eating habits with your kids.
I know your little one will love all the fun literacy and math activities in this 50-page dinosaur worksheet pack! Practice letter recognition, writing, counting, graphing, tracing, coloring and so much more.
50 free pages of summer-themed fun worksheets for preschoolers and kindergarteners to work on their literacy, math and fine motor skills. Keep your kids busy during the summer holidays.
Kids will love counting these fireflies! This math activity is perfect for preschool, kindergarten and homeschooling or for busy parents looking for something their little one can do independently. So easy to prep – just print and play!
In this fun game, kids will count and compare fish in a tank and fish in a bowl to see which has a bigger number and learn how to use the symbols greater than and lesser than correctly.
These number formation mats are perfect for summer! Just grab some popsicle sticks and some craft velcro dots to get started.
Kids work on math and measurement in this summer themed ice cream printable.
Kids work on math and measurement in this spring flowers themed printable.
Kids love marshmallows – eating them, playing with them and now, they’ll love counting them too! Get ready to work on early math and fine motor skills with this adorable set of counting clip cards.
Look up in the sky and count up to 10 colorful kites! Kids will love the whimsy of this game and look forward to their own time playing outdoors this Spring. Practice counting while strengthening their little hand muscles at the same time with this set of counting clip cards.
Kids will surely have a hop-py time counting up to 10 bunnies in a line. This cute game will help develop fine motor skills as well as early math. It’s perfect for Easter and spring. Just grab some wooden pegs and get ready for some fun!
This set of counting clip cards will light up your child’s day! Count up to 10 fireflies caught in the jar. It’s a perfect math and fine motor combination game for spring or summer.
Count how many raindrops are forming those fun puddles in this spring-themed game. Kids will practice counting from 1 to 10 while strengthening fine motor muscles with this set of clipcards.
Preschoolers will love counting these adorable crabs walking across the beach. Are you ready for some summer fun? This printable set of counting clip cards will certainly get you in the mood for all the sunshine and beach fun.
Kids will love this deliciously fun counting game! Count out the chocolate chips from 1-10 and clip a wooden peg on the correct answer. This printable game works on both math and fine motor skills.
I grew up with chickens as pets and my son absolutely loves his field trips to the farm. He comes back all excited talking about all the animals he sees. We both share a love of animals so this set of chicken counting clip cards is one of his favorites.
This watermelon themed game is perfect for learning how to count to 10 this summer. Grab some wooden pegs and your kids will be ready for some refreshingly good fun!
Dive into the ocean and count how many colorful fish you can see! Kids will love clipping the correct answer and they will be so good at counting to 10 by the end of this game. This set of clip cards is perfect for summertime.
This adorable set of clip cards will allow your child to practice counting 1-10 while strengthening their little hand muscles. This is a perfect activity for Spring and Summer.
April showers bring May flowers! This colorful set of clip cards will help your child practice counting from 1-10 while working on developing fine motor strength.
Kids will have a hopping good time playing with this adorable set of counting clip cards. Practice math while working on fine motor strength as your child counts how many frogs are by the pond.
Bee themed activities are always a hit at our house and this set of 1-10 counting clip cards is no exception!
Kids will love counting how many adorable wriggly worms are coming up from the ground. Practice early math skills while strengthening fine motor muscles with this set of clip cards that are perfect for Spring.
This collection of clip cards sets will help your child work on counting and developing fine motor muscle strength all throughout spring and summer.
50 pages of free Spring themed printable worksheets for kids. Includes a variety of literacy, math and fine motor activities. Bring on the flower, frog and flying bugs fun!
Count up the bones to help the adorable little puppies solve simple math sums in this printable game
Kids will love using this hands-on math printable graphing the number of bugs they can find outdoors or, if you don’t have a garden, indoors in a sensory tub. Insect themed games are perfect for springtime and this one is no exception.
Kids will love this fun pack of snow-themed literacy and math activities. Winter weather might keep you indoors but your child won’t mind at all when you have these easy-prep centers ready.
This treasure-filled pack of pirate-themed activities will teach your preschooler and kindergarteners various early math and literacy skills. Count up the coins, trace lines to the X spot and get ready for some more fun games. Ahoy!