Preschool Math Activities

Motivating Math Minds at an Early Age...

Preschool math activities are a great way to get children comfortable with learning math!  And take a guess as to what parents whose children are successful in math during their elementary years and beyond have in common?

Most give their youngsters plenty of opportunities to experience math with fun activities sooner than later during their early years.

Mr. Silly Count: We think you and your preschooler will enjoy Mr. Silly Count. It's a fun Printable activity to help learn counting. They get a chance to use their imagination and create a Silly Math Face.

Caterpillar Count Game: Fun math counting activity for preschool. Print out the game board and you're ready to play!

Ship-Shape: Here's an activity for preschoolers that helps in recognizing shapes. It can be used for kindergarten and 1st graders also.

Counting To 100: Is your preschooler ready to count to 100? Help them get there with three fun counting activities they're sure to enjoy.

Counting by Twos, Five, and Tens Game: Skip counting by twos, fives, and tens is a great skill for young learners.

Count The Baseballs: Here's a fun interactive game your preschooler can play online. Helps them with counting up to ten!

Teach your toddler how to count to 11 with this fun Numbears Count Video. They'll learn counting to the tune of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star"

Research has shown that babies are capable of more than some may think. Here's a few skills researchers have found common in babies.

  • recognize the approximate difference between two numbers
  • keep precise track of small numbers, and
  • do simple subtraction and addition problems.

Here's an interesting article on what babies know about numbers.

We will be adding more preschool activities for math on a continual basis so be sure to bookmark us and check back often.

And if you have any suggestions of the kinds of activities you'd like to see more of, please let us know. Love to hear from you.

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