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Rainbow Flower Counting – Preschool Math

Rainbow flower counting is an easy & simple math game for preschoolers. Its perfect for spring and great for practicing counting.


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What you need

How to

  • Draw the flower outline on a cardstock or paper and laminate.
  • Place the colored pasta, the flower outline and dice on a tray – invite kids to play.
  • Let your LOs roll the dice, count the dots on it and place the corresponding number of petals(pasta) onto the flower. Repeat as many times as you want.

    Miss A(3yrs) & I played together. We took turns and she liked to add colorful petals to the flower. We used a dice with dots, you could also use the dice with numbers on them to build number recognition skills. It was more easy for A to count and place pastas than to point and count the dots. We played along until we covered all the numbers on the dice.

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        Author:

        Hi!! Im Lavanya, stay at home mom of 3 & 2 yr old girls.. My LOs are very active and they need various activities to keep them busy and interested. A monotonous play bores them easily.. Hence, I've started to explore & create activities to keep them occupied - fun & some learning.. This blog is my maiden attempt where you can find simple crafts and learning activities for kids. If you like my page share it with your friends. Also tell me what you think in the comments. 😀 Thanks for stopping by!!

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