popsicle number puzzles
The free membership printable this week is popsicle number puzzles for for number recognition and math skills. I printed the patterns on cardstock paper and cut them out. I then laminated them and and cut along the line to make two halves.
In this activity children find two puzzle halves with the same numbers and put them together to form a whole popsicle. You can do a number to number match or a number to number dot match.
You can grab the patterns below for free until Monday July 15th ... after that date they will only be available in the member's section which is also where I have added the popsicle letter puzzles.
popsicle number puzzles
The free membership printable this week is Ice Cream Number Clip for number recognition and and fine motor development. I printed everything on cardstock paper ... cut them out and laminated them.
I set the ice cream clip cards out along with some clothespins. I have also included cover-ups that you can print and use if you do not want to use clothespins.
In this activity the children pick an ice cream card and put a clothespin on the number that matches the number on the ice cram cone. Play continues until all number cards have been clipped.
You can grab the patterns for free until Sunday June 25th ... after that they will only be available in the member's section which is also where I have added the ice cream alphabet clip.
ice cream number clip
It's hard to believe it's been three weeks for us since school got out. Time just moves so quickly but we are enjoying learning and playing outside when we can. Here is July's number tracing calendar and other July items.
I also made ice cream cone themed days of the week and months of the year strips that can be used in pocket charts or in your calendar centers. We also do sequencing and matching with them. Just print ... cut ... and laminate.
number tracing calendar
calendar numbers and other items
days and months
The free daily printable this week is Ice Cream Number Sequence Sticks which is a great activity for number recognition and review. I printed the patterns on cardstock paper and cut them out. I then glued the ice cream cones onto craft sticks and set them out in a container.
In this activity children put the ice cream sticks in numberical order. If you make two copies of each ice cream cone you can also do a number matching activity. You can grab the patterns for free until Sunday June 14th ... after that they will only be available in the member's section.
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