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50+ Incredible Math Printables and Activities

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Here are 50+ incredible, FREE math printables and activities to help with number sense, addition, subtraction, subitizing, quantity, one to one correspondence, and more! These are perfect for children ages 4 to 7 and great for classroom use or for homeschooling.

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These 50+ incredible math printables and activities for Pre-K to 1st grade help develop number sense, counting, addition, subtraction, and more!

50+ Math Printables and Activities

Numbers and Counting Printables

These 50+ incredible math printables and activities for Pre-K to 1st grade help develop number sense, counting, addition, subtraction, and more!

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Learning about quantity and place value is so fun with these ice cream base 10 puzzles.

Work on counting to 50 while learning the planets with counting on planet puzzles.

Children can practice number identification with these ocean count and clip cards.

If you have dinosaur lovers, they will adore these dinosaur counting cards.

Work on counting and subitizing with this adorable ice cream ten frame match.

Let children match written words to the numeral with butterfly number word puzzles.

Help children count while using fine motor skills with these ice cream counting mats.

Work on counting to 20 with these bug count and clip cards.

Practice counting and one to one correspondence with fish count and clip cards.

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Work on subitizing with this astronaut ten frame matching game.

Help children understand quantity with these cute jungle animals counting puzzles.

Use these beehive puzzles for making 10 to help children understand quantity.

The number missing popsicles are perfect for helping children build confidence with number sequence.

These treasure chest counting cards are a perfect activity to pair with some sparkly sequins!

Practice one to one correspondence and number recognition with these farm counting puzzles.

These forest animal count and clip cards are fun anytime, but pair well with reading the story The Mitten, too!

Addition and Subtraction Printables

These 50+ incredible math printables and activities for Pre-K to 1st grade help develop number sense, counting, addition, subtraction, and more!

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Roll and color dice games are perfect for addition, subtraction, and number identification.

Use dominoes for hands-on math practice with domino addition.

Grab some adorable bear counters for these counting bear addition cards.

Match up aliens to their proper ship with these alien addition sort cards.

Use these adorable ocean animal addition cards to practice adding.

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Football addition sort gives children a fun way to work on sums to 10.

This basketball make 10 game will be a hit with little sports fans.

Work on subtraction with transportation subtraction cards.

Children learn to build equations with these bug addition cards.

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Play two inviting math games with this football make 10 game.

Help children work on counting to 10 with these watermelon addition cards.

Work on addition and subtraction to with these fun watermelon math mats. 

These robot sums of 10 puzzles are great addition practice.

These carrot counting addition cards are a great addition math center.

Seasonal Math Activities and Printables

These 50+ incredible math printables and activities for Pre-K to 1st grade help develop number sense, counting, addition, subtraction, and more!

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Work on subitizing with these adorable apple ten frame clip cards.

Practice patterns and fine motor skills with these apple pattern cards.

Use the pumpkin count and clip cards for counting practice.

Solve the gingerbread math equation with this sweet gingerbread addition game.

Help children understand the concept of teen numbers with this penguin teen number game.

Learn about sums with this adorable snowman spin addition game.

Use these candy heart addition cards for some math and writing practice.

Count the number of jelly beans and identify the correct numeral with these jelly bean count and clip cards.

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Use this fall roll and color game to help children practice addition.

Enjoy some sensory and math while children use playdough with these pot of gold number mats.

Children get to hunt for gold coins and practice writing equations in this rainbow rice addition sensory bin.

Practice one to one correspondence with this mitten match fine motor activity.

“Love Monster” addition cards are fun for Valentine’s day – or grab the subtraction version too!

RELATED: Addition Printables Pack

Work on number sense with this Valentine spin addition game.

Build addition skills in February or anytime with this fun heart addition math mat.

Have fun with addition on St. Patrick’s Day with this clover addition math mat. 

Also enjoy these make 10 addition printables on St. Patrick’s Day.

Practice counting in the fall with this fun turkey ten frame game! 

Ten frames too easy? Try turkey 20 frames instead!

Count buttons on snowmen with this fun, hands-on activity.

Print and play this snowman 20 frame matching game.

Make colorful patterns with these spring tulips math pattern sheets!

These Earth Day math games are great for celebrating Earth Day!

Kids will love practicing addition and subtraction skills with these spring flower math mats. 

More Math Printables

These 50+ incredible math printables and activities for Pre-K to 1st grade help develop number sense, counting, addition, subtraction, and more!

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Give children confidence telling time with these to the hour math puzzles.

Make learning about money exciting with these piggy bank coin counting cards.

Use a set of pattern blocks for this pattern block pattern trains game.

Have the children practice graphing with this inviting farm animal spin and graph game.

Grab some fish crackers and make fish cracker patterns…and enjoy a snack.

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Work on fractions with these pizza fraction clip cards.

Math Activities and Games

These 50+ incredible math printables and activities for Pre-K to 1st grade help develop number sense, counting, addition, subtraction, and more!

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Get your class excited about counting with this circle count!

Set up a fun hands-on math game with these building block addition towers.

Teach math with a sensory twist by playing and learning with stones.

Help your class become confident problem solvers with our game Prove it!

Encourage children to start talking about math with independent number talks at the math table!

Teach subtraction with this beloved LEGO game.

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Make number recognition and one to one correspondence inviting with the Roll a Ladybug Dice Game!

Learn about counting, money, and more with this fun Donut Shop math activity! 

Math practice can be fun and exciting! Enjoy these 50+ incredible math printables and activities, and I’d love to hear about the one your class or children love best!

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10 Responses

  1. Thanks so much for this round-up. I haven’t seen all of these. I’ve printed off some for my (low, beginning-of-the-year) second graders. These games should help them get caught up to their peers in a fun way.

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