Does your preschooler love robots and mechanics? Do they make every toy into a transformer or car? If so, your child may just love these activities. Your kids can learn how to count or practice counting with these free robots and gears counting activities. All the activities help them to practice counting up to the […]
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Beth at Preschool Play & Learn has created a new activity to help your child work on their one to one correspondence. Check out this adorable Birds Nest Spring Activity! This resource is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. (Use with jelly beans to make it more fun!) There are ten bird cards that need to […]
Preschoolers will love this FREE printable cookie jar number matching game. Includes numbers 1-10 with two levels of difficulty. One jar shows numbers and another jar shows number words for children learning to read. Just count the chocolate chips on each cookie and match it to the correct number or word. Excellent for number recognition, […]
These FREE ice cream themed dot marker printables are perfect for summer learning and fun. Toddlers can practice counting, one to one correspondence, and fine motor skills while decorating the ice cream cones! Click here for more free preschool resources! Be sure to follow the Free Homeschool Preschool board for constantly updated resources on […]
Teach your littles to count with these Free Fruit Counting Cards from Learning 2 Walk. Simply print and grab a few counters to enable your child to work on counting as well as one to one correspondence. CLICK HERE for a TON of Homeschool Freebies! Need hope in your homeschooling journey? Read Hope […]
The classic Dr. Seuss book, Ten Apples Up On Top, is great for practicing counting and one to one correspondence. Use these FREE Ten Apples Up On Top counting worksheets to reinforce the concepts learned in this book, while also working on number recognition. There are three versions included, so it can be used with […]
\These colorful FREE Fruit counting cards on a ring were so helpful with teaching my son how to count. All we had to do was print, put them on a ring and use our counters to help with one to one correspondence. Click here for more free math resources for homeschoolers!