These homeschool freebies are a frugal way to get your preschooler learning without realizing it. Preschool printables are a frugal and fun way to teach our preschooler. Math worksheets can be a chore but when they come in a fun theme, your student may forget that they are doing math at all.
This 24 page printable set includes cutting practice, tracing, counting cards and counting mat (1-12). The counting cards can be cut apart, if so you will want to print them out onto cardstock to ensure that they last. You can them use a clothes pin to clip the correct answer. Or you could just circle and place a counter over the correct answer, it’s up to you.
The counting mats allow you to place manipulatives like pom poms or chips onto the number as you count them. You could also use a bingo dabber or just color them in. These worksheets also come writing practice where you child can practice writing out the actual number in pencil.
If you’d like to use them again, place the sheets in a sheet protector and have your child use a dry erase marker. They easily wipe off to be reused again.
My daughter loves using her scissors for cutting practice but overprotective mama here always keeps an eye on her while doing so. I wish we had a smaller pair of scissors because her hand is so tiny that even the kid sized scissors are so big for her.
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