Free Worksheets Math Games & Activities Spring

FREE Spring Number Sense

Are you thinking ahead to spring? I am, and I can’t wait to introduce my young learners to these spring math activities in this Spring Number Sense pack..

FREE Spring Number Sense - lots of fun, hands on math activities to practice counting to 20, writing numbers 1-20, and more with spring themed clip cards, salt tracing, and counting mats. Perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade


Spring Number Sense

These spring number sense activities are great for allowing young learners to practice identifying, writing, counting, and building numbers 1-20. These activities are great for kids in preschool through first grade.
numbers 1-20 count and clip cards

Spring Count and Clip Cards

The count and clip cards are designed to help students practice counting and identifying numbers 1-20. Students will choose a card and count the images on each card. Using a clothespin, paperclip, or counter (mini eraser, button, etc.), students will identify the corresponding number. If you want to make this a self-checking activity, put a small sticker on the back of the correct answer. After your child has clipped the card, they can flip it over and check to see that their clothespin or paper clip is on the sticker. If so, they’ve answered the problem correctly.

writing numbers 1-20

Spring Build the Number Activity

The build-the-number activity is designed to help your kids identify numbers and count from one to twenty. Print the pages and laminate them for durability. Cut apart the number cards and mix them up. Have kids choose a number card and say its name. Then, on the build-the-number board, kids will use small counters (mini erasers, buttons, or mini pom poms) to fill in the ten frames to match the number on the card.

preschool and kindergarten math

Salt Tray Number Writing

Salt trays add a fun sensory element to ordinary writing tasks. Lay a piece of colored paper in the bottom or a shallow tray. Pour just enough salt (I used kosher salt because it’s more coarse) or sugar to cover the colored paper. Have students choose a number card. Then, have them use their finger (or the eraser end of a pencil) to write the number in the salt. After that, they will find that number on the worksheet and trace it. This provides children with several opportunities to write the numbers 1-20.

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Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of Kindergarten Worksheets and Games. As a busy mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! Browse through more than 200,000 pages of FREE worksheets & educational activities for kindergartners! Plus don't miss her other sites and

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