Pocket Number Sorting Numbers 1-12
This number recognition and one to one counting activity would go well with a Hat, Shoes, Pockets Theme, Dr. Seuss Theme or just to use to reinforce skills in centers.
Step by step downloadable PDF file with pictures and a guide to the step from caterpillar to Monarch Butterfly.
This picture below is one of three cards with 18 full-color photos walking you through the life cycle of a Monarch Butterfly.
Use this heart pattern as a template for your art projects. You can enlarge or reduce the pattern size when you photocopy it for your art projects.
Remember, you can take the pattern and photocopy it directly onto colored construction paper if you desire. This will cut down on tracing.
Winter Numbers Number Recognition Counting
Winter Numbers Number Recognition Counting – Count the items and clip a clothespin to the correct corresponding written number.
Download and print this 2 page winter number recognition counting center.
Playing in the water is fun for any child, who says you can’t learn anything through play 😉
Have a great time introducing your students to new science terms. Introduce the terms sink and float. Children should have a good understanding before they try this center.
Print out the colored snowman cards and matching buttons. Laminate all the pieces and cut them out. Have the children match the correct colored buttons to the matching colored snowman.
Summer Winter Hat Sorting Center
Summer Winter Hat Sorting Center – Have parents bring in a variety of hats. Look at the hats with your children and talk about how they are alike and different during group time. Have them guess when each hat is worn in either summer or winter.
Learning number recognition and math doesn’t have to be difficult. Incorporate learning games into your day. Make learning a game!
Download and print The Mitten flannel board patterns below. All patterns are in full color and includes a story. Once the patterns are printed you can laminate the patterns and back them with flannel, felt or magnets to act out the story of the mitten.
You can never have enough coloring pages. Use the link next to the picture to print the snowman page out below and have your children color it.