Printable Number Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten

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As early childhood teachers, any time that we can find hands-on and easy-prep resources for building important math skills, it’s an exciting day! These Printable Number Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten focus on number recognition, counting, one-to-one correspondence, graphing, and more. Just add any number manipulative you have on hand (magnetic, blocks, dice, foam, etc.) and you have a ton of engaging math centers ready to go!

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

Printable Number Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten

With over 70 pages of engaging, low-prep resources, this printable number activity pack is a win for both teachers and students!

And with multiple versions provided for many of the activities, 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 number pack below…

Number Sorting Mats

Sort by color, straight/curved sides, or holes/no holes with these Number Sorting Mats. Choose the mat that will work best with the number manipulatives you have.

The color mat is editable so you can type in the colors that you would like your students to work on! To play, kids choose a number and place it in the box with the corresponding color word.

For the Sort by Color mats, choose a number and place it in the box with the corresponding color word.

Magical Domino Dots

This Magical Domino Dots activity is an easy-prep way to work on counting skills. Simply print the domino mat, grab some numbers, and you’ll be ready for counting fun any time of the year!

Students start by counting the number of dots on the dominos. Then they place a number manipulative on top of each box to show the total number.

Count the number of dots on the dominos and place the correct number manipulative on top of each box.

Number Grab and Graph

Use this Number Grab and Graph as an independent activity or turn it into a super fun partner game! Students can race to see who reaches the top of their graph first.

If adding this activity to your math centers, put 5 number manipulatives in a cup. The kids will write the 5 numbers across the bottom of the graph. Then they can pull out a manipulative and color the box above the number on the graph.

Write 5 numbers along the bottom of the graph. Pick a number manipulative and color a box above that number.

Missing Number Mats

The Missing Number Mats are perfect for working on counting to 10 and 20 (both versions included!). Choose which version works best for your students or use different mats for each kid based on their level.

To play, students simply use number manipulatives to fill in the missing numbers on the mat.

To play, students simply use number manipulatives to fill in the missing numbers on the mat.

Number Hunt

Number recognition and number writing are important skills that we practice all year long. This Number Hunt activity is an interactive way to practice these skills! Recording sheets for
numbers 1 to 10 and numbers 1 to 20 are included.

Hide number manipulatives around the room or in a sensory bin. Choose between coloring, tracing, or writing recording sheet options. Kids can find a number and record it on the printable.

Hide number manipulatives in a sensory bin and students can find and trace the number on the recording sheet.

Ten Frame Flowers

This Ten Frame Flowers printable is exactly what you need to strengthen counting and subitizing skills in a super fun way. Laminate the printable for reuse and durability and your kids will have a blast working on ten frames!

For this activity, students can count or subitize the dots in the ten frames on the flowers. Then they place a number manipulative on top of each box to show the total number in the ten frame.

Count or subitize the dots in the ten frames on the flowers. Place a number manipulative on top of the correct box.

Even More Number Activities…

This pack of printable number activities includes engaging resources for strengthening the following skills:

  • sorting by – types of lines, holes, or colors
  • graphing
  • fine motor
  • number recognition
  • number matching
  • number order
  • tracing numbers
  • writing numbers
  • counting on
  • counting one-to-one
  • tally marks
  • ten frames
  • dominos
  • fingers
  • base ten blocks
  • number words
This pack is filled with printable resources that are designed to pair perfectly with number manipulatives!

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