Teddy Bear Math Worksheets

Preschool math worksheets can be a lot of fun! And what could be more fun than teddy bear math worksheets?

These cute and cuddly worksheets are a great way to introduce preschoolers to important math concepts like counting, number order, and graphing. Plus, they’re just so darn cute!

So if you’re looking for a fun and educational way to teach your preschooler some math, why not give teddy bear math a try? You and your little one are sure to have a blast!

The perfect math activity for your Bb is for Bear lesson plans, these free preschool printables will keep students engaged and entertained!

How to Teach Preschool Math

Math is an important subject that children should start learning as early as possible. Let’s talk three different ways to teach preschool math:

One way to teach preschool math is through counting games. Counting games are a great way to help your child learn about numbers and how to count.

Another way to teach preschool math is through sorting and patterning activities. Sorting and patterning activities are a great way to help your child learn about shapes and colors.

Finally, one more way to teach preschool math is through songs and rhymes. Songs and rhymes are a great way to help your child learn about numbers, counting, and patterns.

Teddy Bear Math Worksheets

This set of math pages is so much fun for little ones. Gaining confidence in their math skills will give them a boost as they grow and learn throughout their academic years.

Preschoolers will be able to use these printables to practice counting, number recognition, sequencing, graphing, patterns, number order, and addition.

Using the Printables

There are so many skills packed into this worksheet packet! Let’s take a peek…

Counting Bears

The first page covers multiple skills. Children will count the teddy bears in each set and identify the corresponding number.

You can add a fine motor component by having your child use a dot marker to dab the correct number.

You could also take this opportunity to talk about colors. Can your child name the color of each bear?

Number Order

The second page in this set is a fun puzzle page. Kids will cut out the pieces at the bottom of the page and glue them in number order at the top. Once complete, they’ll have assembled a fun bear-themed picture to color.

This is a great opportunity for little ones to practice their scissor skills and logical reasoning as they assemble the puzzle.

How Many Bears?

The third page in this pack will help children work on visual discrimination as they count the bears in each set.

To work on one-to-one correspondence, have your preschooler color the bears a different color as they count them.

Graphing Practice

Hand your child a handful of rainbow counting bears. Instruct your child to separate the bears into piles according to color and graph the results.


Kids will cut and paste the bear images to finish each pattern.

Number Sequencing

Little ones will write the missing numbers in each set. This is great practice in sequencing numbers. If your kids need more number sequencing practice, check out these autumn number sequencing worksheets.

Addition Practice

Kids will practice addition with adorable teddy bears! They’ll cut and paste the answers to each problem.


Fill your book basket with a great collection of picture books about bears. These books will help your preschoolers learn about bears of all kinds.

Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore. If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them on Amazon by clicking the links below.

National Geographic Readers: BearsGrizzly BearsPolar Bears

National Geographic: Bears | Bears is an easy to read books about bears. Kids learn about how bears live, where they live, and what they eat. Your kids will spend hours learning about bears and studying the beautiful pictures.

Grizzly Bears | Grizzly bears are fascinating! In Grizzly Bears your kids will learn all about how grizzly bears live. They’ll learn what the bears eat and fascinating facts about hibernation.

Polar Bears | Polar bears live very different lives from the grizzly bear. Preschoolers will adore reading about how polar bears live, hunt, and swim in the frozen north!

Teddy Bear Activities

If your preschoolers enjoyed these bear-themed math activities, be sure to check out the activities I’ve shared below. They’re perfect for helping you round out your teddy bear unit study.

Math Resources

This wooden number tracing board is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. Trace with your finger, fill with sensory items, practice counting or simply play… there are so many ways to encourage number recognition with this number board!

Wooden number coins are an ideal open-ended toy for toddlers & preschoolers. Encourage your child to learn numbers and counting through play-based learning. Each set contains 21 coins – one for each number from 0-20. 

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