20 Preschool Math Activities

I think it is so important to help your child gain an understanding of math concepts at an early age.  This can best be done through every day life experiences and through play.  This past week on Tuesday Tots there were several great preschool math activities presented that I just had to share with you.  These are great ways to introduce math concepts to kids in fun ways!  Many of the activities are also appropriate for Kindergarten and the early elementary years!

preschool math activities

Tuesday Tots is a weekly link-up sharing posts for kids 5 and under co-hosted by In Lieu of Preschool (me), Rainy Day MumGrowing a Jeweled Rose, and Learn with Play at Home.  Be sure to follow our Tuesday Tots Pinterest board!

20 Preschool Math Activities 

from last week’s Tuesday Tots linky and from our own In Lieu of Preschool and Parent Teach Play archives

preschool math activities
Fill the Dump Truck
by The Measured Mom

Giant Abacus
by Suzy Homeschooler

preschool math activities
preschool math activities

0-99 Number Cups
by In Lieu of Preschool

Count and Clip Cards
by The Measured Mom

preschool math activities
preschool math activities
Truck Pattern Cards
by The Measured Mom

Simple Math Dice Game
by In Lieu of Preschool

preschool math activities
preschool math activities
Chore Chart
by In Lieu of Preschool

Hands-On Addition
by In Lieu of Preschool

preschool math activities
preschool math activities
Math in the Bath
by In Lieu of Preschool

Build a 3D Pyramid
by Creative Kid Snacks

preschool math activities
preschool math activities
Easy Way to Teach Shapes
by Parent Teach Play

Dominoes Bath Game
by Parent Teach Play

preschool math activities
preschool math activities
DIY Banks
by In Lieu of Preschool

DIY Block Puzzles
by In Lieu of Preschool

preschool math activities
preschool math activities
Paint by Number
by Train Up a Child

Matching Counting to Print
by In Lieu of Preschool

preschool math activities
 preschool math activities
Gummy Bear Patterns
by Suzy Homemaker

Reading 2 Digit Numbers
by In Lieu of Preschool

 preschool math activities
  preschool math activities
Wood Block Puzzles
by In Lieu of Preschool

Hands-On Counting Practice
by In Lieu of Preschool

 preschool math activities

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Genny Upton

A former teacher turned stay at home mom to two preschool aged children. Creator (and writer) at In Lieu of Preschool and Parent Teach Play. Currently publishing my first children's picture book! http://www.inlieuofpreschool.com/ http://www.parentteachplay.com/

  • Kirstylee says:

    Thanks for hosting the linky. These math ideas are wonderful! I can’t wait to try some of these with my kiddos.

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  • Beth Ann Downer says:

    These are great ideas. Thanks so much. I am a missionary at a children’s home in KENYA. We have 153 kids here, and I currently have 19 kids in my preschool class. I am looking for ideas I can make.as many things that are used in classes in the United States are not even available here. I really like all of the ideas you have.

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