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Young learners will work on number recognition, counting, and writing with these flower math activities for preschoolers. Perfect for summer math!
Spice up your spring and summer math with these preschool flower theme worksheets. They’re perfect for hands-on learning with your preschool flower activities.
Kids will love these colorful activities featuring sweet spring flowers as they practice beginning math skills.
Flower Math Activities for Preschoolers
These low-prep preschool math activities are a breeze to prepare. Just print, laminate, cut, and go! I suggest printing all of the pages on cardstock and laminating them for durability.
Then, just follow the directions on each activity to cut out the cards and puzzles. That’s it! You’re all set!
Flower Counting Fun
This simple activity will help kids with number recognition, number words, writing, and counting. Have kids count the flowers on the left side of each card. Then, have them trace the number and number word on the right side.
To work on one-to-one correspondence, have your preschoolers place a counter (gem, eraser, etc.) on each flower as they count out loud.
Flower Counting Puzzles
Each of these two-piece puzzles features a number word and a set of flowers to count. Print the puzzles and cut them apart.
Have students assemble the puzzles by matching each set with the corresponding number word. To make this a self-correcting activity, put small matching stickers on the back of each puzzle. Then, students can turn the puzzles over to check their work.
Flower Count and Clip Cards
Cut apart the count and clip cards. Children will count the images on each card. Then, they’ll use a paper clip or clothespin to identify the corresponding number.
As with the puzzles above, you can make this a self-checking activity by placing a small sticker on the back of the correct answer. Then, students can turn over the cards to check their work.
Flower Preschool Theme Resources I Love
Wooden flower fairy peg dolls are perfect for imaginative play. Add one or more to your pretend play area.
Print out this fun “My Garden” sensory look and find activity page to make a great sensory bin activity for preschoolers.
How about a felt flower arranging quiet book! It’s perfect for keeping kids quiet during church or on long car rides.
Preschool Flower Printables
These preschool flower printables are just what you need to encourage your kids to practice counting to twelve, work on number recognition, and fine tune their handwriting.
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