Five Kites Flannel Board or Magnetic Board
Five Kites Flannel Board or Magnetic Board. Download the pattern, print, laminate, cut and back with flannel or magnets.
Pocket Number Sorting Numbers 1-12
This pocket number sorting numbers 1-12 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.
This number matching table top manipulative concentrates on recognizing the written numbers 1-10, the spelling of those numbers and the correct counting of the numbers 1-10. The game would pair nicely with the book -Mouse Paint
Printable Playdough Number Mats
Fill in the numbers on these printable playdough number mats by rolling out playdough and shaping the ropes into the numbers or place the correct number of dough balls on the numbered dots.
1-12 Turkey to Feather Printable File Folder Game
Use the free printable 1-12 turkey to feather printable file folder game pattern to create a tabletop game for your center activities.
Use the PDF link below the picture to download and print the bat worksheet off.
Clothes Pin Number Matching Cards 1-12 Self Checking
I created this set of clothes pin number matching cards 1-12 self checking number to help aid in teaching counting in your classroom. The numbers are listed individually below so you can download and print the numbers you wish.
Five Little Turtles Flannel Board
Five Little Turtles Flannel Board – Catchy little rhyme to reinforce counting numbers 1-5. Full color printable turtle and poem. Great for pond theme
This is the second of two different baseball file folder games I listed. I also have an addition game if you are interested.
This one’s focus is on subtraction. Have the children solve the subtraction problem on the glove and place the correct ball to solve the problem underneath.
Print out one copy of each page below (in red text). Laminate
the sheets, cut them out and mount them in a file folder to use during center time.
Printable letter and game to send home to parents on number arrangement and recognition. Can also be used in small group settings and have the children check each other’s answers.
Decorate the trees with the correct number of stickers, red hots, ornaments or whatever you chose. You can laminate this sheet and use it as a center activity or file folder activity otherwise print it out as a worksheet.