Are you ready to have some football fun with these playful football math centers for kindergarten? This resource features 28 football-themed math centers that are bound to keep your sport-loving students engaged and eager to learn. Covering a wide range of math topics and of varying difficulty, these kindergarten math activities are suitable for students of all abilities. Adaptable for both independent and teacher-led learning, this packet contains over 300 pages of fun activities with black and white formats provided, where possible.
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These kindergarten football activities cover the following topics:
1. 1-10 Football Counting Clip Cards
2. 10 Frame Matching Game
3. Football Visual Discrimination
4. Football Shape Clip Cards
5. Football 1-20 Number Cards
6. Color Sorting
7. Shape Match (Football and Goal Post)
8. Playdough Mats 1-10
9. Find the Numbers in the Football Field
10. Flip and Trace the Shape
11. Color the Footballs According to the Pattern
12. More Than or Less Than
13. Subitizing and Counting Cards
14. Roll and Read the Number
15. Oral directions: Positional Words
16. What is 1 More? (Ten Frame)
17. What is 1 Less? (Ten Frame)
18. Measure the Height
19. Measure the Length
20. Measuring Height Using Footballs
21. Measuring Length Using Footballs
22. Order by Size (Small to Big and Big to Small)
23. Counting Footballs and Filling 10 Frame
24. Which Field has more footballs?
25. Which Field has Less Footballs?
26. Spin and Cover the Shape
27. Graphing Activity
28. What Comes Next?
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