Your preschoolers and kindergarteners will have FUN with these educational hands-on math activities that are perfect all year! They won’t even realize they’re learning!
Dive into these hands on math activities with your kiddos and help them to learn math skills while having fun. These activities are perfect for children of the preschool or kindergarten age and are easy to do at home or school. There is a variety of activities listed below so that your kiddos are sure to find at least one that they love! Ideas include free Printable Worksheets, lego activities, fine motor activities and more.
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Why are hands on activities perfect for teaching math? They give students something to hold, move, manipulate, and count making math concepts easier to visualize and understand. Instead of looking at a worksheet, kids are able to “play” as they learn. Not sure what supplies to use? Check out this list of math manipulatives for hands-on learning.
Preschool Math Activities
Grab some goldfish crackers so kids can go fishing and learn to count and subitize with this fun Preschool Fish Math Activity.
Put bubble wrap to good use with this Bubble Wrap Math Activity! Kids can pop their way through the numbers using fine motor skills and math
This Fine Motor Sun Craft from In The Playroom allows kiddos to have fun while working on building fine motor and number recognition skills.
Try these fun Counting Caterpillar Activities for math time fun with your kids! You can use all types of lids to use as hands-on manipulatives.
Kids will love learning as they play with these 5 Math Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten from Hands On Teaching Ideas to learn all about shapes.
Make your own balance scale to compare household items and measure them by mass with this Preschool Balance Scale STEAM Activity from Our Family Code!
This DIY Felt Color & Counting Tree from Barley & Birch is a simple, but special tool to help kids learn so many wonderful lessons. Beyond learning about the natural autumn processes, you can use this tree as an autumn counting, sorting, or color-teaching tool!
Grab a silicone tray, holiday erasers, and make a Fine Motor Counting Activity for any season, holiday, or theme!
Preschoolers and toddlers will love playing with playdough to create their own monsters while working on counting and fine motor skills with this Playdough Monsters Counting Activity from Messy Little Monster.