Printable Counting Mats

BY ON Oct 26, 2014
Free Printable Counting Mats - Learning 4 Kids

These FREE printable Counting Mats are a fun and colourful counting activity for pre-schoolers and kindergarten children to provide an opportunity to count out loud and develop number recognition.

 

[h2 style1]What you will need? [/h2 style1]

Printable Counting Mats

You will need numbers and Printable Counting Mats. We have laminated our counting mats for durability and to be able to re-use them in the future.

 

Click here to download and print: Printable Counting Mats

 

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Learning to count - kindergarten counting activities

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  • Place numbers out into a number line from 0 to 10. Point at each number and count them out loud.
  • Point and count out loud each picture on the Counting Mats and find that number on the number line.
  • Talk about each number and different characteristics of the shape of the number. For example I would say the number 8 looks like 2 circles pushed together a bit like 2 donuts.
  • Talk about small and large numbers, such as number 3 has less pictures than number 7 because it is a smaller number.

 

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Maths Activities for Kids- Learning to Count

[h2 style1]Learning Opportunities [/h2 style1]

  • Fine Motor Development
  • Hand-Eye Coordination and Control
  • Concentration
  • Language development – counting out loud number sequence.
  • Mathematics – number recognition

 

Find more NUMBER activities & play ideas <CLICK HERE>

 

Find more PRINTABLE activities & play ideas <CLICK HERE>

 

 

 

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2 responses to “Printable Counting Mats”

  1. Fiona says:

    I made up something similar to this years ago – I did it with tractors cars trains bicycles wheelbarrows aeroplanes …to this day we still use it for counting and BOYS seem to really connect with it …

    Thanks for sharing yours! –

    I will print off yours and see wether they have the same reaction… I will keep you posted!

  2. Carissa says:

    Thanks for another great idea – I also like the sound of Fiona’s idea – sounds like something the boys would really enjoy.

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