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This fall count and graph activity is perfect for teaching so many foundational preschool skills. What a fun way to introduce graphing to your little ones!
Count and graph worksheets are a lot fun for preschool and kindergarten students! They love counting and writing numbers from one to ten with these activity pages.
This simple activity can be used in both your homeschool and your preschool classroom. It’s a print-and-go activity that’s perfect for preschool moms and teachers like you!
You can add this activity to your lessons about foxes, pumpkins, and/or woodland creatures. It’s great for your autumn and/or Letter F lessons, as well.
This math activity is a great time to start a discussion using words like more, less, most, least, and all together.
Counting Activities for Preschoolers
There are lots of great counting activities for preschoolers! One simple activity is to have your child count objects around the house – how many books are on the shelves, how many plates in the cupboard, how many people in the family, and so on. This is a great way for them to start getting familiar with numbers.
You can also introduce basic addition and subtraction by having your child count out a certain number of objects, then adding or subtracting a few. For example, if they start with ten objects, you can ask them to remove two, then tell you how many are left.
These kinds of activities are perfect for helping preschoolers develop their math skills in a fun and engaging way!
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT FALL
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about autumn. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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Hello, Harvest Moon – While tired farmers and their families are in bed, the harvest moon silently climbs into the sky and starts working its magic. For some, it is the nightly signal to rise and shine. It is time to hunt, to work, or to play in the shadows. For a little girl and her cat, it is an invitation to enjoy the wonders of the night and a last flood of light before the short days of winter set in.
Awesome Autumn – Autumn is awesome! Leaves change color. Animals fly south or get ready to hibernate. People harvest crops and dress up as scary creatures for Halloween. And then there are pickup football games to play, Thanksgiving foods to eat, leaf piles to jump in―all the amazing things that happen as the air turns crisp and cool.
Fall Mixed Up – Fall is all mixed up in this silly book from Bob Raczka! Can you find his mistakes in the words and pictures?
Fall Count and Graph
As you plan out your preschool lessons for the year, be sure to add animal-themed activities like this one.
This is a fun, no-prep set of fall fox themed count and graph worksheets for preschoolers who are learning to count to ten.
They’re also good for kindergarten students who need a little practice extra practice.
These print-and-go worksheets are perfect for busy preschool moms and teachers, because they’re quick and easy to put together. You can add these pages to your Letter Ff, animal, and autumn themed preschool lessons.
To complete this autumn count and graph activity, show your preschoolers how to find and count the first image. Count all of the orange bumpy pumpkins.
Identifying each object amongst all of the other images on the page helps preschoolers and kindergarteners strengthen visual discrimination skills.
If your preschooler has trouble tracking the objects they’ve already counted, have them use a counter (mini eraser, colored gem, etc) to cover the objects as they count them.
After counting all of the pumpkins, have kids write the number in the box under the first column.
Instruct them to continue this way as they count all of the foxes and pumpkins on the page.
Once your student has completed the I Spy portion of this math activity, demonstrate to them how to graph the results on the other page.
Have them color one square for each object they found according to the image at the bottom of each column.
I like to have preschoolers color each column a different color so they can better visualize the different quantities represented.
When they’ve finished graphing their results, ask some questions to help them compare and analyze their data.
Which column has the most? Which has the least? How many more tigers are there than lions? How many animals are there altogether?
Round Out Your Unit with These Activities:
This wooden leaf matching game is perfect for homeschooling and classroom use. Children loves to see different shapes of leaves and learn about their names. These wooden cards are durable and long lasting.
Add a fun felt fox mask to your pretend play area, and your kids can act out their favorite stories.
Mini wooden mushrooms make great counters and manipulatives in your autumn math centers.
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