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Easter Counting Game For Kindergarten (Free Printable)

Help your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age child practice numbers with thisĀ Easter counting game. ThisĀ free Easter game is a fun way to practice counting to 10, one to one correspondence, concept of quanity, and more. Simply printĀ easter printable and you are ready to play and learn with this hands-on Easter activities.

Help your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age child practice numbers with thisĀ Easter counting game. ThisĀ free Easter game is a fun way to practice counting to 10, one to one correspondence, concept of quanity, and more. Simply printĀ easter printable and you are ready to play and learn with this hands-on Easter activities.

Easter counting game

Your students will love our sweet Easter counting game. Easter is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about Easter-themed learning activities for your Kindergarten students! This free printable activity will help your students practice counting from 1-10.

We all know it can be tough to teach math in Kindergarten. We have a class of children who are all at different levels. Some students grasp math quickly and go from strength to strength, while others struggle with the basics. Children who had the opportunity to enjoy lots of early mathematical experiences before coming to Kindergarten will often do better than their peers who did not have that advantage. We will usually end up with a wide range of abilities in our class. We must somehow meet the needs of many different levels at once.

Still, one thing is for sure, we know that all our students need time to practice their math skills. The question is, how can we motivate our students to want to do this?

Most kids enjoy games, and they all love Easter. So, we thought, why not take advantage of that and combine the two things into a fun learning activity? Our Easter Bunny counting mats will delight your students and help them practice counting from 1-10. They can be used as a standalone activity or part of a larger Easter unit.

The Easter counting game is quick and easy to make. We designed the game for children that still need to practice counting. It is a fun and engaging way to help your students practice their counting skills. Kids will enjoy adding bunnies to the grass. We can add to the fun by encouraging them to make up stories about the rabbits as they play.

Get your kindergarten students excited about counting with our FREE printable Easter counting game. It's perfect for math centers.

Easter Printable

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This Easter-themed counting activity teaches all the skills associated with learning to count.

Free Easter Game

This Easter-themed counting activity teaches all the skills associated with learning to count. This includes

  • Practice counting from one to ten while using the conventional order of numbers.
  • One-to-one correspondence.
  • The concept of quantity.
  • Reinforcing the idea that the last number you say tells you the number of objects you have counted.
  • Practicing reading numbers and numerals.
  • Using manipulatives to experience what those numbers and numerals symbolize.

This set is the perfect solution for busy teachers who need a quick counting activity for those students who need extra practice. These sweet Easter Bunny web mats work really well for young learners developing their counting skills. They allow our concrete thinkers the chance to use manipulatives alongside cards with numbers and visual images. It is a powerful combination.

Easter bunny counting activity for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten

Why Ten Frames?

Base ten is a critical concept in our number system. It lays the foundation for a better understanding of more complex mathematical concepts.

Ten frames provide children with the opportunity to count objects up to ten and see what they look like. The understanding children gain from this experience will help them tackle more complex math concepts like place value! This concrete work helps students build a solid foundation in math that is invaluable.

Grab this free printable easter math for preschoolers and kindergartners to practice counting to 10

Free Easter Counting Game

All you need to do is download and print the pieces of the Easter counting game. Some parts need to be cut apart (see the direction below). You might want to laminate them so that they last longer.

Children pick up a ten frame, count the Easter Bunnies, then place the same number of bunnies on the grassy counting mats.

The printable includes some sweet little bunnies, but your students would be delighted to get some cute bunny manipulatives like these or these.

Materials Needed

Free Easter Game

Easter activities kindergarten

  1. Print grassy counting mats, Easter Bunny ten frames, and individual bunnies onto card stock.
  2. Laminating all the pieces will make them last.
  3. Cut apart the mats, ten frames, and unique bunnies if needed.

Easter activities Preschool

  1. Place the ten frames face down in a pile.
  2. Give students a grassy counting mat and 10 bunny manipulatives.
  3. Turn over a ten frame and count the number of Easter Bunnies. Count out the same number of bunny manipulatives and place them on the mat. Can you make up a story about those bunnies?
  4. Hop the bunnies away and turn over a new ten frame. Now you are ready to start again.

Extension Activity

You can also use these counting mats to help students practice addition. This would be an excellent activity for children who have mastered counting but want to play with the Easter Bunnies.

  1. Turn over the first ten frame and place that number of bunnies on the grass.
  2. Turn over a second ten frame and place that number of bunnies on the grass.
  3. Now count the total.
  4. Can you make up a number story about those bunnies?

Three Easter Bunnies met in the grass to hide some eggs. They called for some help. Two more Easter Bunnies came to lend a paw. How many Easter Bunnies are in the grass now?

Easter is right around the corner, and what better way to celebrate Easter than with some Easter-themed counting mats? The Easter Counting Mat will delight your students and help them learn their numbers 1-10.

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Easter Worksheets

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Free printable Easter Bunny counting mats for preschoolers and Kindergarten. Count the correct number of Bunnies into a grassy meadow and hop them out to start again. Help your students practice counting with this fun hands-on number activity.

Printable Easter Activity

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