It’s time to teach preschoolers some math! Check out our collection of fun, free preschool math activities to get the learning started.

Young children are naturally curious and you can teach them to learn to count by plucking out petals. This counting activity also develops children’s fine motor skills.See more

Teach kids to count and recognize numbers with this simple and fun counting activity by getting them to create a flower.See more

Pom poms are a fun way to teach kids a lot of things. They can be used to learn to count as well.See more

Kids love bubbles. Get them to count the number of bubbles on a sheet of paper with this counting activity.See more

Does your child love to color? ‘Color by Number’ is a great kindergarten math activity to combine coloring with number recognition – a basic math skill. See more

Sorting and classifying toolbox items is a great way to sneak in some basic math lessons. Here’s a fun kindergarten math activity that shows you how.See more

This fun preschool math activity teaches your little one to tell time. See more

This fun preschool math activity teaches your little one to tell time. See more

Grab the chance to introduce your child to basic geometry with this simple and interesting math activity for preschool. See more

Help your preschooler make sense of math with “Egg Carton Math,” a free fun math activity for kids. See more

Here's a fun way to teach your toddler to count - link the lesson with one of his favorite activities – eating See more

Teach kids all about counting, comparing and classifying in this cun - errr... fun math activity for kids, “Collections”. See more

Teach preschoolers numbers from 1 – 20 with our fun math puzzle, ‘Who’s This?’! Free and printable, this math activity can be used by teachers as well as homeschooling parents. See More

Kids begin to use math at a very early age. What may surprise many is the number of different math concepts that preschoolers learn to use.

Preschool math activities can be both fun and educational. These activities focus on concepts like basic counting, learning different shapes, identifying patterns, differentiating between sizes and being able to compare and identify which is bigger, etc. These basics form the foundation on which the little ones will grow up to learn more advanced and complex math topics.

An important advantage of preschool math activities is that they are able to highlight the practical uses of math in everyday life. Simple activities such as getting your preschooler to count the number of plates on the dinner table, or measuring out one cup of water, will help the tiny tots establish the relevance of the subject. So go ahead and get your preschoolers started on our fun math activities and watch them grow to love the subject!

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