Is it just me or when you see the check box that says “I am not a robot”, you must read it in a robot voice?? Just me?? Lol! Seriously though, I cannot read one of those little boxes in a regular voice. We love pretending to be robots here and my youngest daughter thinks that phrase is the funniest thing on earth! She also loves these robot mini erasers that we picked up at the Target Dollar Spot! These robot mini eraser math activities for preschoolers are so.much.fun!

### Materials for the Robot Mini Eraser Math Pack:

• Paper
• Laminating Pouches
• Laminator
• Robot Mini Erasers

Simple prep: Print & laminate the activities. Cut apart the counting cards. Assemble the three spinner activities by placing the paper clips onto the paper fasteners and poking them through the center of the spinners. Attach a small piece of tape to the back of the paper fastener to secure it.

## 12 pages of fun robot math activities for your preschoolers!

I absolutely cannot go into Target without checking to see if there are new mini erasers. We already have a collection of them, but there are so many fun ways to use them!

### Ten-Frames & Tracing Cards for Counting to 10

Use an erasable crayon or marker to trace the number words on each card. Then use the robot mini-erasers to count out the numbers as the kids cover each donut in the ten-frame.

### Robot Sorting Spinner Game

To play, spin the spinner and place a robot mini-eraser of the matching color on the correct robot. This is a great time to work on naming colors because they will have the opportunity to repeat them many times. You can also work on counting when the child decides they are done spinning.

Count the robots on each color and discuss which robot has the most, the least or the same.

### Robot Graphing Spinner

Spin the spinner and place a robot mini-eraser in the correct column on the graph. Continue until one of the colors reaches the top of the graph. This is another great opportunity to discuss more than, less than or equal.

### Robot I Spy Counting Game

Use the robot mini-erasers as place markers as the children count each color of robots

. Record the answers on the bottom of the mat with an erasable marker or crayon (we LOVE Crayola Dry Erase Crayons!)

### Robot Pattern Mats

3 levels of difficulty make these pattern mats perfect for everyone! Work on ABAB, ABC, and AABB patterns with these simple pattern mats.

### Robot Counting to 10 Mat

A simple mat for counting to 10! The kid will fill in each box and count up to each number. Great for reinforcement of rote counting skills and perfect for kids who are just beginning to count since the boxes will fill up when they add the correct number of mini erasers.

### Spin & Cover Color Game

Cover the correct color of robot as the child spins the spinner. Such a fun way to learn about matching & colors!

Find even more engaging activities in the Life Over C’s shop!

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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.

## One Comment

1. Denise says:

I just want to thank you for sharing all your amazing and wonderful ideas, printables and encouragement! Since my daughter is just getting started with homeschooling, I was thrilled to find your site. I printed off several of the play dough activity sheets and took them, along with play dough, when I visited recently. The kiddos wanted to play with it everyday! You are very creative and very generous. Bless you!