Free Pizza Mini Eraser Counting Grids For Preschool
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Free Pizza Mini Eraser Counting Grids For Preschool

I don’t think there is a pizza that I’ve met that I didn’t like. Thin crust or deep dish, triangle cut or square, lots of toppings or just plain cheese. I love pizza. You can count on most kids liking pizza too, right? Well, with the exception of my 12 year old daughter’s friend who…

Printable Gumball Mini Eraser Preschool Counting Grids
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Printable Gumball Mini Eraser Preschool Counting Grids

Did you grab all the mini erasers that Target has been selling in their Bullseye playground the last few months? I sure did! So many fun choices! It’s been hard to keep up with making printables to go along with all the different mini erasers, but I’m working on it! These free printable gumball mini…

Printable Preschool Counting Grids for Dragons Love Tacos
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Printable Preschool Counting Grids for Dragons Love Tacos

Did you know that Dragons love tacos? I actually came across a kid yesterday that didn’t know that, so if you also didn’t know, you have to grab one (actually two) of my daughter’s favorite books. “Dragons Love Tacos” and “Dragons Love Tacos 2” because they are perfect to read alongside these adorable taco mini…

Chocolate Chip Roll and Count Activity (English & Spanish)
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Chocolate Chip Roll and Count Activity (English & Spanish)

The best part of baking anything with chocolate chips is grabbing a handful and snacking on it while you mix the rest of the ingredients in, isn’t it? It’s like a little hint of what is to come. A little treat for all of your hard work. Chocolate chips also make the perfect counting manipulatives…

Chocolate Chip Counting Grids for Preschool
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Chocolate Chip Counting Grids for Preschool

I do not recommend this activity for a day with indoor recess. But, combining math and chocolate?!? Yes, please. Maybe you’re thinking of the sugar implications that come with that, but hear me out. Grab some chocolate chips (choose semi-sweet or dark chocolate if you are worried about the kids wanting to eat them), these…

Free Printable Chocolate Chip Counting Cards For Preschool
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Free Printable Chocolate Chip Counting Cards For Preschool

Chocolate chips. They are cute, they make cookies & pancakes even more delicious and they make fantastic manipulatives for preschoolers practicing counting! One thing I have learned over the years is breaking up the monotony of teaching activities is crucial to helping kids WANT to learn. Some children have a knack for being especially excited…

Free Printable Fruit Counting Activities
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Free Printable Fruit Counting Activities

My daughter could do puzzles all day. I am constantly searching the local thrift stores for cheap puzzles because she loves to put them together all.day.long. When it comes to your preschoolers and kindergarteners, these fruit puzzles are fantastic. Paired with these simple fruit counting clip cards, you have a great set of fruit counting activities…

Fruit Theme Writing Activity for Preschoolers
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Fruit Theme Writing Activity for Preschoolers

Have you done a write the room activity with your kids before? It can be super fun! Write the room activities are an excellent way to strengthen vocabulary skills. It is an engaging activity that involves more than just writing or reciting words over and over. This is also a fantastic preschool activity to strengthen handwriting skills. Also,…

Free Printable Fruit Themed Counting Cards for Preschool
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Free Printable Fruit Themed Counting Cards for Preschool

Anyone have kids who would choose fruit over junk food? While I have one special needs daughter who will not touch any fruit, my other three daughters actually would (and do) choose fruit before they would choose junk food. I believe that teaching kids to eat healthy starts at a young age and by making…

Fruit Matching and Sorting Games for Preschool
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Fruit Matching and Sorting Games for Preschool

Despite the fact that my youngest daughter wants nothing to do with fruit because of her extensive dental issues, she still loves playing with it in her pretend kitchen. As an effort to get her more comfortable with fruit and stop thinking of it as the enemy, I’ve created a series of fruit themed activities…