I’m really excited to share these Spring Flowers Counting Activities with you. These cute flower-themed printables are perfect for practicing early math skills with your little learners. Plus, you can download, print, and skip the prep work with these easy counting preschool worksheets.
These new counting pages are perfect for a garden preschool theme. You can use them to introduce botany to your little learners too.
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Create a counting notebook. Practice with flower counting mats or a fun clip card math activity. Keep reading to discover how you can use these printables in your classroom or at home for math learning fun.
Spring Flowers Printable Counting Notebook
Have you used counting notebooks with your preschoolers? A spring flower printable counting notebook is a fun way to help your preschoolers practice identifying numbers, one-to-one correspondence, counting skills, and even learning to write numbers too.
These flower counting notebooks will help your preschoolers practice numbers 0-10. They can trace, color, count flowers, and write numbers while they learn with these cute Spring printables.
You can use them at home to practice counting skills together, as a part of homeschool lessons, or complete them in the classroom for morning work.
Printable Spring Flower Preschool Worksheets
Worksheets sometimes get a bad reputation. With these fun Spring flower preschool worksheets, your little learners will be excited and engaged in math learning fun.
These printable preschool worksheets are colorful, cute, and filled with opportunities to build numeracy skills.
Count the flowers in each watering can and color the correct answer. Preschoolers can build skills like concentration and proper pencil grip as they color. Kids can count independently or with help from you to build numeracy skills this Spring.
Counting Clip Cards for Preschoolers
I love counting clip cards! They’re a great low-prep way to add some hands-on learning fun to your preschool math lessons. Just print, cut, and laminate these preschool counting pages.
Then, give your preschoolers a handful of clothespins for some counting fun. Kinesthetic learners will love this preschool math activity! It’s a great way for preschoolers to build finger strength and practice math skills like one-to-one correspondence.
Printable Counting Mats with Spring Flowers
Counting mats are another fun easy way to add a hands-on math activity to your Spring lessons this year. These printable counting mats have cute spring flowers and offer lots of opportunities for your preschoolers to practice counting skills while building fine motor skills as they manipulate the playdough.
Plus, these spring flower ten frames are perfect for helping your preschoolers build number sense and learn about place value too. Add a little more fun with this Planting Flowers Sensory Bin.
More Spring Flower Fun for Preschoolers
Looking for even more fun ways to learn about flowers with your preschoolers this Spring? Check out some of my other fun preschool activities and printables for a great Spring flower preschool theme:
- Free Printable Flower Template
- Free Printable Flower Mazes
- Lotus Flower Process Art for Kids
- Monet’s Flowers Process Art Experience
- Nectar Painting Flower Craft
- Dandelion Flower Art
Add some fun flower read alouds with your preschoolers to build important early literacy skills and expand their vocabulary too. Check out some of our favorites to get you started:
- Lola Plants a Garden* by Anna McQuinn
- Planting A Rainbow* by Lois Elhert
- Plan the Tiny Seed* by Christie Matheson
- Flowers* by Gail Gibbons
- Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt* by Kate Messner
I hope you’re as excited as I am about exploring flowers and gardening with your preschoolers this spring. Don’t forget to download your own printable counting activities to do with your preschoolers at home and in the classroom this year.
Then, share your favorite Spring flower-themed activity in the comments. I can’t wait to try your great ideas with my own little learners!
Spring Flowers Counting Activities
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Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
I hope you enjoy using these spring counting worksheets with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.
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Don’t forget to stop by next week if you’re interested in seeing what we’re up to with our desert preschool theme!