Coloring and Identifying Numbers 1-20
Help your kindergartener learn to recognize both forms of numbers 1-10 with this colorful cut-and-paste activity.
Here's the perfect activity for your and your child to practice counting and building his fine motor skills, where he'll cut, trace and arrange numbers.
The primary colors are blue, red and yellow. Have your child color in the sky, blueberries and water, then let him draw all the blue things he can think of.
The primary colors are blue, red and yellow. Practice with red by coloring in the strawberries, cherries and apples, and drawing other things that are red.
This fruit coloring page is a fun coloring exercise for preschoolers! Match up the correct color to the fruits in this yummy-looking arrangement.
Kids practice counting from 1 to 10 on this cute dot to dot page, plus learn a neat fact about how mushrooms reproduce.
Help these lost fish get back in the pond! This cut and paste math activity is a great way to introduce the concept of addition.
Sure, your kindergartener knows that snagging first place is great, but is she familiar with the rest of the ordinal numbers?