Do you need fun fall counting mats for preschool or kindergarten?
This Set is PACKED with lots of fall counting fun. Kids will get to work on
- One-to-One Correspondence
- Comparing Numbers
These easy prep counting mats are great for pretend play and fine motor skills as well as counting.
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COUNTING MATS FOR PRESCHOOL
Apple Pie Counting
Use the counting cards to add the correct number of ingredients to your pie. Mix it in a pie tin or on the pie printable.
Fall Leaf and Acorn Counting
Which are there more of? Kids can count, line up, and compare the number of nuts vs. leaves.
Count and Compare Apples
Line up the apples. Count and sort by color to compare which one there are more of.
Fall Tree Counting
I love that you can do this activity with just the printable, or make it sensory by filling in the tree with playdough. Then count to add your sticks, nuts, and leaves.
Witch’s Brew Counting
Mix up your very own potion with this fun counting activity. Use and actual cauldron and a stirring spoon to increase the pretend play and make it even more fun.
Count and Compare Leaves
For this activity you can sort leaves by color or just compare by number.
It might be fun to go on an outdoor adventure to find some of your own leaves for this one.
Haunted House Counting
We LOVED making these little cotton ball ghosts for our counting mats, but you could easily use mini erasers or foam ghost stickers.
Count and Compare Pumpkins
This pumpkin patch counting activity is a huge hit. The kids LOVE to line up and count their pumpkins. You can use candy pumpkins or foam sticker pumpkins or even orange pom poms.
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Where are your wooden trays from that your center supplies are put into? Thanks.
They are Montessori trays. I get them on Amazon.
Where did you get your plastic worms?
Hi there, where did you buy those leaves, acorns and pumpkins from? Do you call them plastic ?
Visit this link and scroll down, we have links for all the products we used with this set!