Preschool Math Activities

These hands-on preschool math activities help preschoolers get acquainted with counting, patterns, and more. Preschool students love learning with tactile materials like popsicle sticks, paper shapes, and coins - which makes these math activities just what the preschool teacher ordered. Kids can enjoy the fun, colorful themes and learn lasting skills. Soon they'll be asking for kindergarten math activities!

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Teach your preschooler about healthy foods and how to make a meal that is good for her with this fun activity that you both can do together.
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Teach your preschooler color recognition using this handy egg carton sorter. She will group objects by color and learn to recognize their names with this tool.
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In this preschool counting game, kids learn to count with their fingers, but without their eyes!
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Candy cane ornaments bring some cheer to your Christmas tree. Make a batch of candy cane ornaments with your child to practice patterning and fine motor skills.
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It can feel good to hit something when you're mad. The more your child pounds, squeezes, and mashes this dough, the better these play dough cookies will taste!
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Here are 3 inexpensive ways for kids to make their own beads, from scratch.
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Little hands and feet can be a big help when learning how to measure! In this activity your preschooler will practice using a ruler and writing numbers.
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A plastic tray is the perfect tool to teach your little one how to count. Try out this activity, and your child will have her numbers down in no time.
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You don't need to spend big bucks to buy a pre-boxed version of a matching game at the store. You can make your own easily. Here's how:
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Here's a preschool color collage activity to help your child work on her sorting skills, and create a beautiful addition to the refrigerator gallery.
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In this leap frog activity, your child will use her muscles to jump over her friends and onto lily pads as she practices number recognition.
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With these days of the week flip flaps, your child has the chance to explore days of the week, track special and routine activities, and practice writing time.
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Forget the measuring stick! This fun math activity uses a body part, your child's hand, as a ruler.
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This crafty activity will help your child develop an understanding of important math concepts like patterning and spatial awareness.
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Your preschooler won√Ęt need a passport to go on this nature safari! All you need are paper, crayons and a nature trail or your back yard.
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In this fun snack-time activity, kids boost counting, sorting, and color recognition skills as they make a delicious and nutritious snack.
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Your child will learn more about coins and their denominations as he's asked to identify similar coins.
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This copying game is like a hopped up version of Simon Says, but it lets kids use their bodies to practice patterning, a key skill in early math.
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Help your kid make beautiful coin rubbings to decorate a fun treasure box.
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A homemade food pyramid poster will challenge your child to eat healthier. Soon he'll be asking for vegetables instead of boycotting them!

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