We’re continuing our roll and color math games series this week with a spring flower theme math set. In each set kids get the opportunity to practice various preschool through first grade math skills in a fun hands-on way.
This free printable excerpt from the full set can be used to practice identifying numbers and sets for zero through five.
We like to use our math games sets in few ways. If you’d like to use the set over and over again you can use manipulatives like small pom poms, sunflower seeds, or mini erasers to cover the correct numbers as you play. You could also use sheet protectors and dry erase markers.
For added fun using our mini erasers my kids liked to see if they could stack the correct amount before it toppled over.
If you have do-a-dot markers they can also be used to mark the correct flowers as you play.
Use different colors so you have a colorful garden of flowers when the game is done.
In this free printable set you get a game board and game cube to practice identifying the number zero through five. These skills are most appropriate for preschool and kindergarten students. If you’d like to practice other skills or need more options for differentiating instruction then the full 28 page game set may be best for your needs.