Printable Linking Cube Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten

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In Pre-K and Kindergarten, we love linking cubes! They’re colorful, versatile, and SO much fun! So many important math and literacy skills can be taught with just this one simple manipulative. They’re also perfect for working on fine motor skills. These Printable Linking Cube Activities are hands-on and super easy to prep. Just add some cubes and you have a ton of centers ready to go that your students will love!

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This pack of Printable Linking Cube Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten is filled with tons of engaging, hands-on math and literacy centers!

Printable Linking Cube Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten

These printable linking cube activities will add endless amounts of learning fun to your centers. With over 90 pages of engaging, low-prep activities, it’s a win for both teachers and students!

And with multiple versions provided for many of the resources, this pack provides lots of opportunities for differentiation. We even included teacher instructions and black and white copies for each activity!

Check out a few of our favorite activities in this linking cube pack below…

Spin and Cover Letters

Letter recognition is a skill we work on all year long in Pre-K and Kindergarten. So I get excited when I find a new, interactive way to work on letters like this Spin and Cover Letters activity!

This pack includes 6 letter mats to choose from. Pick your mat and have students use a pencil and paperclip to spin a lowercase letter. Then they use a cube to cover the matching uppercase letter.

Students use a pencil and paperclip to spin a lowercase letter and use a cube to cover the matching uppercase letter.

Number Building Cards

Number recognition is another skill that is super important in early childhood classrooms. These Number Building Cards work on both recognizing numbers AND number writing skills. Win-Win!

To play, kids start by building the numbers using cubes. Then they trace the numbers on the bottom of the card. Cards for numbers 0-20 included!

Kids build the numbers using cubes and trace the numbers on the bottom of the card.

Word Family Towers

Building cube towers is a fan favorite with students so this Word Family Towers activity is sure to be a hit in your literacy centers! Choose from 3 word family mats. (-at, -ot, -et, -an, -in, -un, -ap, -up, -up)

When it’s time to play, kids pick a word card and cover the matching picture to build the word family towers. So simple and fun!

Kids pick a word card and cover the matching picture to build the word family towers.

Shape Building Cards

These Shape Building Cards provide tons of shape recognition learning fun and fine motor skills practice in one easy-prep activity!

Kids will choose a card and build the shape using cubes. When they are done, they count the number of cubes used and write the answer on the printable recording sheet.

Choose a card and build the shape using cubes. Then count the number of cubes and write the answer on the recording sheet.

Cube Cover Up

This Cube Cover Up activity is a fun and engaging way to practice letter recognition and beginning sounds! Choose from 5 different printable mats.

Students use the cube color code to cover each picture according to their beginning sounds. Such an easy and effective way to work on letter sounds!

Students use the cube color code to cover each picture according to their beginning sound.

Cube Creation Mats

Strengthening fine motor skills and building up finger muscles is important and takes lots of practice! These Cube Creation Mats are the perfect tool for working on these tasks.

You can decide if you want your students to create a creature. Or add some dice and they can roll and build some towers or roll and build train cars while they work on counting and subitizing skills!

With linking cubes, students can create a creature, roll and build towers, or roll and build train cars.

Even More Linking Cube Activities…

This pack of printable linking cube activities includes interactive resources for strengthening the following skills:

  • fine motor
  • letter recognition
  • CVC word families
  • beginning sounds
  • sight words
  • syllables
  • tracing letters
  • sound mapping
  • tracing numbers
  • counting
  • addition
  • subtraction
  • comparing numbers
  • non-standard measurement
  • one-to-one correspondence
  • letter and number building
  • graphing
  • counting
  • number recognition
  • 2D shape building
  • patterns
This pack is filled with printable resources that are designed to pair perfectly with linking cubes!

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Ready for some learning fun with linking cubes? Get your pack of printable math and literacy linking cube activities today! Just click the large, yellow button at the end of the post!

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