Bring in the spring with these fun math activities!
Your preschooler is going to love learning all about number, counting, even addition with these 25 Spring Math Activities For Preschoolers. Using things that are already springy, they’ll have a blast learning and you’ll have a blast teaching! It’ll be fun for the whole family with Easter eggs, flowers, bugs, and so much more. Enjoy!
Make a matching game where kids match addition to the numbers they add up to with this fun printable.
Count beans with this planter game! Add in some dirt and grow your own plants when you’re done!
How many bees are in the hive? Your preschooler will love to tell you!
This bunny hop is a great way to practice counting and stay active inside!
Count buttons as your kids put them on cute Easter Eggs!
Create a spring caterpillar using numbers written on glass pebbles and watch him grow!
Via Wings And Roots
Finger dotted caterpillars are another fun way to count them grow!
Watch carrot tops get bigger and bigger with this cute counting activity!
Via Housing A Forest
This shake, rattle, and roll game is a great way to let kids count numbers in random order!
Create a cute Earth day sensory bin and let your kids build up their own world!
Collect Easter ‘eggs’ in these adorable egg carton baskets, and then count how many you’ve found!
Via Teach Mama
Mix up plastic eggs with dots and eggs with numbers and then match them to their match!
Via Room Mom 101
How many eggs are supposed to be in each of the nests? Your kiddo will love counting!
Via The Measured Mom
Or how about this cute egg and color matching game. It’s a two-for-one learning game!
Work on those early math skills by practicing which numbers add up with this fun flower.
How many petals should be on each flower? Your kids will love watching them grow.
The leprechaun might search for his lucky pot, but your kids will be the ones gold, numbers that is!
Via Pre-K Pages
Use some Lego Duplos to build a number line and let your kids count their way to the end!
Via In The Playroom
How fun is this petal counting flower game? Your kids will have a blast.
Use cereal to count and match colors with this rainbow dice game.
Via Housing A Forest
Raindrops are falling on the mat, and your kids will be the ones to decide exactly how many.
How many watermelon seeds are in each slice? Count them with buttons!
Or use fruit snacks to create an afternoon game that’s both fun and tasty.
Who doesn’t love spring flowers? With this playdough flower game, your kids will make them bloom.
How about some printables to keep the fun going long after spring has sprung!