Developmentally appropriate Easter counting math centers for the preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classroom! This resource is perfect for all developmental and cognitive levels of early childhood. The centers are fun, engaging, and offer challenges and reinforcement of basic skills.
This resource is set up with 3 levels of developmentally appropriate Easter one-to-one Correspondence and Counting centers for the early childhood classroom. Every class is different, every student is different, so this resource gives you the option of starting out slowly, building on what your students know, and offering a challenge as skills are mastered.
Level 1: Easter Counting Cards-Use with Manipulatives
This beginning level is very concrete. Students will use manipulatives to match quantities of objects pictured on cards. There is also a numeral printed on each card to connect numerals with quantities. This is a fantastic center for teaching and practicing careful counting. Using manipulatives gives a boost to fine motor skills and helps to solidify the concept of ‘how many’ for early learners. I love this activity and so do my kiddos!
Level 2: Easter Count & Clip
This center reinforces the math foundation that all numbers represent a quantity. Students will count the images on the cards and then choose which number best represents that quantity by clipping the number they choose. The clothespins add a great fine motor element to the activity.
Level 3: Easter Stack & Count
This level uses previously learned skills of counting and numeral identification. Students read the number and stack unifix cubes, legos, or other connecting builders in the quantity that matches the numeral. This is a fantastic independent center that encompasses so many early math skills. Numeral identification, counting, and one to one correspondence.
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