Math Activities PK-2

Math activities, crafts & games for early elementary. PK-2
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the leap day number puzzles for kids to practice numbers and write them in their handwriting
Number Puzzles Leap Day Center
There are 60 number "strip" puzzles in black & white as well as color, which will help K-2nd graders practice numbers and skip counting. Makes a cute center for leap day. There's also a header for a mini-puzzle, perfect for a gift Baggie for students.
some baskets filled with lots of different types of treats on top of a wooden cabinet
A Basket of Place Value Easter Craft
Children (K-3rd) choose a basket & fill it with a variety of patterned eggs, which they color. Optional chicks, "chocolate" bunnies & Peeps add to the fun. Base 10 blocks are printed on the eggs, or added by cutting & glueing the pattern pieces. After filling their baset, students add up the VALUE, which gives them a 2, 3, or 4 digit-number. 3 simple worksheets help reinforce a variety of math standards in an interesting & fun way. Completed projects make an amazing spring bulletin board.
four pictures of pumpkins with the words fall and an image of a boy in green pants
Ordinal Number Fun With "There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves"
Fun "print & go" activity to help practice sequencing & retelling the story ("There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves), at the same time reviewing ordinal numbers.
two pictures with the words halloween on them and an orange crayon marker next to it
Patterning With The Little Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat
Quick, easy & fun way for to practice making patterns, with the help of the old lady, who is fond of eating weird things in October. I've included colorful patterns so that you can print on card stock, laminate & trim, then use for an independent math/reading center; as well as BW patterns, so that students can pattern a single strip of their own. Interesting way to assess. Great activity to transition to after reading the story. The picture cards depict the characters in the story.