Missing Numbers (1 to 20) Activity Pages for PreK or Beginning Language Learners
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This fall, I have a number of free file folder games to share with you. I’ll be sharing those on Fridays! I have also teamed up with Sra. Morato at homechoolspanishcurriculum.com [By the way, if you are using Firefox you might get an error message. It’s being worked on with their tech team, but meanwhile you might try a different browser.] We will be sharing a few Spanish resources with you for those of you who are teaching your kids Spanish. 🙂 Stay tuned for those (most likely on Thursdays starting soon)!
Today’s File Folder Freebie is a review of the numbers 1 through 20.
Print out the four activity pages and the number tiles page. You can laminate for durability. If they are laminated, kids can write in the numbers with a dry erase pen and reuse the pages. Or, these pages can be used with the number tiles provided. When my kids were little, I purchased a dry erase activity center (affiliate link). We put the practice pages underneath and used them over again.
- Cut out the number tiles, mix them up and have your child put them in order.
- Use the flower and bird tiles to play a memory game.
- Place some of the tiles out in a row with numbers missing and have your child fill in the missing numbers.
- Use the number tiles to practice numbers in a foreign language.
Other Printables that May Be of Interest:
Free PreK-K Math Lapbook
You might also be interested in our 50 Page Pet Pack
or the 65+ page Place Value Activities and Pirate Pack
Math Activities for PreK and Kindergarten
- Month and Days of the Week Cards
- Pirate Clocks – Match the analog clock with the digital clock
- Make 5 and Make 10 playing cards
- A doubling game board and game cards (1+1, 2+2… 8+8, 9+9)
- Doubling Bump Game
- Doubling +1 game board and game cards (1+2, 2+3… 7+8, 8+9)
- Doubling +1 Bump Game
- Math practice worksheets
- Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen math fact cards and sorting mat
- Skip Counting by 5s tracing sheets
- Plus, Hands-on math activity ideas (what we did when we had math time together)