Practicing preschool skills has never been so fun!! We are absolutely loving our new rainbow bear preschool mega pack! Over 15 activities, 60+ pages of rainbow bear fun! Color matching, counting to 10, patterns, pre-writing activities and so much more!! Take a look below to see all the awesome activities included in the pack!

Materials Needed for the Rainbow Bear Activity:

• Laminating Supplies
• Cardstock
• Scrapbook Paper Trimmer
• Rainbow Bears
• Clothes Hangers

What is included in the Rainbow Bear Preschool Mega Pack?

• Pages 4-7: Color Matching Clip Cards
• Pages 8-11: Clip cards for Counting to 10
• Pages 12: Rainbow Bear counting activity
• Pages 13-17: Clothespin cards for finding largest/smallest
• Pages 18-22: Puzzles for matching pictures to numbers
• Pages 23-25: Puzzles for matching pictures
• Pages 26-28: 2 Match It! games- counting to 6 and picture matching (see printing note on page 26.)
• Pages 29-35: Puzzles for counting to 5 and 10
• Pages 36-39: Missing numbers
• Pages 40-42: Tic-Tac-Toe
• Pages 43-50: Write/Trace/Draw the room posters and printables
• Pages 51-56: Pattern mats
• Pages 57-59: Sorting mats
• Pages 60-63: Tracing Cards

Take a closer look at the Rainbow Bear Preschool Mega Pack!

Rainbow Bear Color Matching Clip Cards

Students will use clothespins or paper clips to indicate the correct answer on these clip-cards.

Rainbow Bear Clip cards for Counting to 10

Students will use clothespins or paper clips to indicate the correct answer on these clip-cards. Make them self-checking by putting a small dot behind the correct answer. When they have finished, they can flip the cards to see if they were correct.

Rainbow Bear counting activity

Laminate these bears and use them to count to 10. Put the bears in number order and then create a column of matching colored bears to count to the designated number.

Clothespin cards for finding largest/smallest

Students will use clothespins or paper clips to indicate the smallest or largest picture.

Puzzles for matching pictures to numbers

Students will put together these two-piece puzzles for matching pictures to numbers.

Puzzles for matching pictures

Students will put together these two-piece puzzles for matching identical pictures.

Match It! game- Counting to 6

Students will match the pictures. You can make the game simple or more difficult by changing the amount of cards that you use.

Printing note: I recommend printing these on scrapbook paper or card stock, so that they are not see-through.

Match It! game- Matching Colors

tudents will match the pictures. You can make the game simple or more difficult by changing the amount of cards that you use.

Printing note: I recommend printing these on scrapbook paper or card stock, so that they are not see-through.

Rainbow Bear Puzzles for counting to 5

Students will use the numbers 1-5 to put their puzzles together.

Rainbow Bear Puzzles for counting to 10

Students will use the numbers 1-10 to put their puzzles together.

Missing numbers

Students will find the apple to fill in the missing number. Use paper clips or clothespins to attach the number to the strip to help with fine-motor skills.

Tic-Tac-Toe

Use the bears to play Tic-Tac-Toe. More than just a fun game. The kids will learn the beginning stages of planning and forming a strategy, as well as learning to be a good sport.

Write/Trace/Draw the room Rainbow Bear posters and printables

Place the posters throughout your classroom. Allow students to walk from poster to poster completing the printables while they get to move around. In the lower right-hand corner of each poster there is a small number that corresponds to the printables.

Pattern mats

You can use these mats for students to practice their patterning skills. 4 different levels of patterns are provided: AB, AABB, ABBA, and ABC. A blank mat is provided to students to create their own patterns.

Sorting mats

These mats will provide students the opportunity to practice their sorting skills. 3 different pictures are provided for sorting. You can differentiate by limiting the amount of sorting mats and/or pictures you provide for the students to work with.

You can also use real rainbow bears instead of the included pictures.

Tracing Cards

Laminate these pages and use them to build fine motor skills. You can leave them as whole pages or cut the strips apart and put them on a book-ring.

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Kim Staten Owner and Curriculum Designer
Kim Staten is a mother of four children ages 20, 19, 16, and 12. Kim has taught at the preschool, kindergarten and early elementary levels for 16 years. With extensive experience working with special needs children, including her own children with special needs (Rett Syndrome, autism, anxiety, and ADHD), she creates hands-on curricula and activities that are great for working with children of all abilities in the classroom and at home. Hands-on, accessible activities are her passion.