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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This fun math game will help develop your child's counting skills and number recognition skills.
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Here's an easy activity that will help your preschooler improve his number recognition and math skills while satisfying his afternoon hunger.
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Sponges are easy to handle and fun to play with, and your child will love putting these simple, three-piece puzzles together.
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Boost your preschooler's math and verbal skills by having her participate in simple, fun activities that teach her how to sort, count, and categorize objects.
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This flexible activity for preschoolers features jellybeans, counting, coloring, and the five senses.
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Familiarize your preschooler with the concept of numbers one through five and counting with this hands-on activity.
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A fun activity for a hot day, this will give young kids a chance to experiment with beginning science and math â and splash around in the process!
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This counting activity helps preschoolers learn about number sequences and adding.
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Help your preschooler create ice cube bead necklaces to cool off while practicing gross motor skills and sequencing, and discussing states of matter.
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Winter is a great time to create a textured polar bear. Not only will your child gain practice identifying shapes, he'll also work out fine motor skills.
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Combine fun sensory play with early number awareness in a squishy sun catcher project. It's a fun way for your kid to learn about numbers.
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Does your child love toy cars? Here’s a terrific way for him to play with his toy cars and practice his number recognition skills at the same time.
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Here's an activity to inspire your preschooler to learn to recognize numbers and count than by using fun and funky rubber stamps to make her own flashcards!
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In this activity, your child will learn to name the numbers from 1 through 5 and she'll practice her grouping skills.
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The garden is the perfect place to practice math and science with preschoolers. Get digging (and counting, sorting, observing at the same time!)
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Your child will boost her visual recognition skills and become more familiar with different colors as she pairs up craft sticks with the same patterns.
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This hands-on activity that involves arranging pieces of yarn will teach your pre-K child the concept of ordering items by length in an interesting way.
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Create clear sound shakers so your preschooler can observe and compare the different sounds that objects make!
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Check out this interactive number line. It's a great way to strengthen your preschoolers understanding of basic numbers and the numerals that represent them.
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Your child will enjoy feeling independent and creative as she develops her fine motor skills while making this necklace using just yarn and colored straws.

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