Flower Counting Activity

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Counting activities are so much fun! Especially when you can use the activity in a variety of ways with many different manipulatives. Counting practice and one-to-one correspondence just got even more fun with this free Flower Counting Activity. Your students will love this engaging and hands-on math center!

*Pair this with our Counting Centers and Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten!

Grab this free Flower Counting Activity for practicing one-to-one correspondence in Pre-K and Kindergarten!

Flower Counting Activity

Teach counting and one-to-one correspondence in a fun way with this free printable activity! I would suggest using this printable in small groups or in your math centers.

I am so excited to share with you some of the creative ways you can use this Flower Counting Activity with your students!

How to Play

Our favorite way to use this flower counting printable is with dot markers. There are a variety of styles, colors, and brands. Grab your favorite and you’re ready to play!

Students can hand draw little flower stems and then dot their favorite colored dot onto the flower stem.

Students can draw flower stems and then dot their favorite colored dot onto the flower stem.

RELATED RESOURCE: Printable Play and Learn with Mini Erasers Activities

If you’d rather have a non-messy option, you could provide your students with mini erasers or colorful pom poms.

Teacher Tip: Hang a counting poster nearby as a reference for your early learners. You might even provide a number line with numbers 1-10 on it with corresponding manipulatives.

If you'd rather have a non-messy option, you could provide your students with mini erasers to count.

A fun extension activity for early learners is to make each flower a different color so that students can work on color recognition too!

Simply dab each flower number with one color ahead of time. Then, students will “dab” their flowers to match the color that corresponds to the color of the flower number.

Students can choose a color for each flower to work on counting and color recognition.

Time to fill up your garden! Remember to add the stems and have fun counting (and dabbing) flowers!

Grab Your FREE Copy

Are you ready to “plant a garden” with your students? Get your free copy of this Flower Counting Activity by clicking the large, yellow download button at the end of the post!

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