If you’re looking for a fun way to help kids recognise numbers up to 10 you’ll love these ice-cream number matching puzzles!
This subitizing fishing game is a fun addition to an ocean theme. It helps kids learn numbers up to six and is a fun addition to Pre-K, Preschool or Kindergarten math centers.
If you’re teaching days of the week you’ll love this free caterpillar activity.
These rocket mats and pictures are a fun way for children to practise identifying syllables.
This rainbow sun craft is a simple and fun way to learn about different colors. It’s also great for developing fine motor skills and can be used as a letter craft for “S” (sun) or “R” (rainbow).
If you’re looking for a cute Valentine’s Day craft to do with the kids, you’ll love these adorable love bugs! There’s a clock and a writing template for them to make.
This free dinosaur math game helps kids learn how to subitize. It’s easy to play, all you need is a game board, dice and counters. It’s a fun addition to Pre-K, Preschool or Kindergarten math centers.
These apple time activities can be used as playdough mats or write and wipe mats. They help kids learn to tell the time to o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to.
This “About Me” flower craft is a fun back to school activity. It’s suitable for kids in Pre-K, Preschool, Kindergarten or First Grade.