Teaching during spring is the best time of all, in my opinion.
Fall has the excitement of back to school, which I love. But springtime teaching is filled with bright and sunny themes, like birds and bees and flowers.
Plus, everyone (students and teachers) knows that the end of the school year is quickly approaching. Everyone just seems to be in a better mood.
During kindergarten, counting to ten is one of the most essential skills for students.
It’s generally taught early in the year, but reinforced later on, particularly if your district uses standardized testing before year’s end.
Which is where this Spring into Counting! Spring Counting to Ten Math Center can help!
This counting to ten math center is filled with fun, hands-on activities for early learners.
It’s aligned to several standards for counting, and it can be used in several ways.
Read on to see how to get your copy. And how to score a sample of it – free!
For more ways to bring learning to life during spring, take a look at our list of 40 spring science ideas too!
Spring into Counting! Counting to Ten Math Center
This spring kindergarten math center is loaded with resources for reviewing counting objects from one to ten.
To use this resource, you’ll need the following: (This post contains affiliate links. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)
- Printer (with ink)
- Printer paper
- Child-safe scissors (for students)
- Glue sticks
- Laminator (optional)
- Dry erase markers (optional)
This spring math resource features several counting activities for kids.
Depending on your students, you might use some of the printables as one-time lessons (or for homework) and others as reusable activities at centers.
Each set of activities comes with a line art version and an answer key.
So if you’re trying to save on ink, use the line art version and let students color in the pictures themselves!
There are two count and circle the number of objects worksheets.
A count and write the number activity is included.
Two count and color the number worksheets are inside.
Plus, students can use the cut and paste counting activity to boost fine motor skills!
If you’re using this at centers, laminate the pages and let students practice completing each one with dry erase markers.
For the cut and paste activity, simply laminate the page and then attach hook and loop sticky dots to the number boxes. Then students can match them up again and again.
See the cut and paste spring counting activity in action in the video below!
Printable Spring Count and Clip Cards
At the front of this spring math center resource, you’ll find two sets of count and clip cards with a fun spring theme!
Again, a full line art version is included.
There are also answer key sets of each spring count and clip card.
You can place these in morning tubs or let students practice matching up their cards to the answer cards.
And – if you’d like, you can get the first page of these Spring Count and Clip cards sent to your inbox free! (With the line art version!) Keep reading for details.
See the count and clip cards in action in the video below!
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Take a look at these other early learning ideas for spring!
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