Spring Number Mats | Play Dough Number Mats | Counting Cards

Spring Number Mats | Play Dough Number Mats | Counting Cards
Spring Number Mats | Play Dough Number Mats | Counting Cards
Spring Number Mats | Play Dough Number Mats | Counting Cards
Spring Number Mats | Play Dough Number Mats | Counting Cards
Spring Number Mats | Play Dough Number Mats | Counting Cards
Spring Number Mats | Play Dough Number Mats | Counting Cards
Spring Number Mats | Play Dough Number Mats | Counting Cards
Spring Number Mats | Play Dough Number Mats | Counting Cards
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Practice numbers 1-20 with these low-prep Spring Number Mats. Students will build number recognition, one-to-one correspondence, fine motor skills and pre-writing skills in one fun activity.

Use these Spring Number Mats with play dough, Wikki Stix, buttons, pom poms, mini erasers and more!

Included in the Spring Number Mats Set:
Numbers 1- 20: Number Mats with Filled Ten-Frames
Numbers 1-20: Number Mats with Empty Ten-Frames
Numbers 1-20: Counting Cards without Ten-Frames

Each set is also included in black and white for easy printing.With 3 differentiated levels these number mats are perfect math centers for your preschool, pre-k, or prekinders classroom.

How to Use Number Mats with Ten-Frames:
-Use play dough to create the number. Another option is to use a dry erase marker. You can also use a dry erase marker to trace the numbers on the lines.
-Fill the ten-frame and the counting box with the correct number of objects.

How to Use Raindrop Counting Mats:
-Using small blue objects such as pom poms or glass vase filler, show the correct number of “raindrops” above each umbrella.



Some tips:
-To save on laminating, use a write and wipe pocket.
-Save on colored ink by printing the black and white Spring Number Mats or use the black and white mats for individual practice.
-Use dry erase markers or crayons to trace the number words at the bottom of sets 1 and 2.
-Students can build upon their skills by progressing through the levels or you can offer them all three sets as a way to keep them engaged in number work all spring!
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