Read more about this *NEW* pack of summer themed number sequencing and counting activities. Look at the photos to see the activities in action.
These activities are sure to keep your rising kindergartener excited about learning math concepts.
Summer Fun Number Sequencing Puzzles – Order the puzzle strips from 1-10 to complete the puzzle.
Ordering Lemonade – Use the corresponding number cards to order the amount of berries in each glass of lemonade.
Watermelon Number Order Clips – Count the number of watermelon seeds on each card and clip the corresponding number.
Number Order Popsicle Puzzles – Cut apart each popsicle puzzle and put it together by ordering the numbers.
Counting on Sunglasses Matching Activity – Match the sunglasses by matching two numbers when counting.
Make a Splash Number Sequencing – Identify the missing number on each card and find it on the number line below. Place a blue button or floral pebble on the number to mark it.
Gone Fishing Number Order Puzzles – Put the puzzles together by ordering the quantity of fish from 1-10.
Cool Kids Build-a-Tower Number Ordering – Identify the number on each card and order them from 1-10. Then, build towers or corresponding numbers for each card.
Ice Cream Scoops (Height) Number Sequencing – Sequence the ice cream cone by order of height, or from 1-10. Add pom poms or buttons to each scoop for additional counting practice.
Number Order Mazes – Begin at number 1 and place a counter on each number in order up to 10.
Water Droplet Sequencing Cards – Order the cards from 1-10. Add a button or floral pebble to each water droplet for additional counting practice.
Ordering Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream – Order the ice cream cones from 1-10, then practice counting by adding the corresponding number of chocolate chips to each card.
Sunny Magnetic Number Activity – Use magnetic numbers and a magnetic board to find the missing number on each card.
Ordering Popsicles Playdough Activity – Cut out the popsicles and tape to small craft sticks. Use in playdough by ordering them from 1-10.
These number sequencing activities are sure to have your preschooler fully ready for kinder!
I’m Sarah, an educator turned stay-at-home-mama of five! I’m the owner and creator of Stay At Home Educator, a website about intentional teaching and purposeful learning in the early childhood years. I’ve taught a range of levels, from preschool to college and a little bit of everything in between. Right now my focus is teaching my children and running a preschool from my home. Credentials include: Bachelors in Art, Masters in Curriculum and Instruction.