I just love this time of year….pumpkins, changing leaves, warm drinks, sweatshirts, campfires…the list could go on and on!
Now that school is in full swing, I wanted to share a new fall math packet with you! This 33-page packet includes fun activities to learn numbers, practice counting, and more!
In this math packet, you will find practice with these skills:
- number recognition
- comparing (biggest/smallest)
- finding differences
- writing numbers
- one-to-one correspondence
- number discrimination
- identifying colors
- five frames and ten frames
Here are a few sample pages…
You can have them draw a circle with a writing utensil, or they can use Do A Dot markers to stamp the right number.
I am a big supporter of hands-on activities, but I think cute having fun printables to complete every once in a while is good! During this time of distance learning, this would be a great packet to send home to parents for children to work on.
This packet is great for preschoolers, but could also work for older children. If you’d like to download this free packet, just click on the button below.
Cody Conrad says
Thank you so much for sharing this for free! I homeschool 3 older kids and have 2 younger. You are such a blessing to a busy mom.
Eugenia Rivera says
thank you so much ! this has helped me so much with my grandson
thank you so much for sharing to us . You are a blessing!
This is amazing. Thank you so much for making this accessible during this time.
Kelly Porter says
I love all your stuff thank you for being so giving to this new Kinder-Autism teacher
Clara Meakin says
Thank you for doing this. My special needs students enjoy working on these and they are differentiates so it makes it super easy to work with all of the levels.
Stephanie M Huckfeldt says
Just printed and getting ready for an impromptu math lesson! Thanks for the freebies!
Thanks for sharing. Great
This really helped my little brother a lot thxx
Love the activities you included. 🙂 I’m featuring this on The Sunday Showcase this weekend. Thanks for linking up!
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I will laminate the pumpkin dot to dot, punch holes on the dots and attach yarn for a lacing activity! Thanks for the printable!
Thank you so much love it🤗
Love, love, love these! Thanks for including the printables! Thank you for sharing at our Pinning for Play link party!
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Tara from The Magnolia Barn says
How cute! I love the dot to dot pumpkin activity.
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Tara H says
This is great! Thanks for sharing it.
This looks awesome Angela! I am going to pin it to save for our workboxes!
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