Welcome to our preschool area.
By the time children get to preschool, they are starting to develop an understanding of what a number is and to recognize the number of objects in small groups, and they begin to count.
Here you will find a wide range of free pre-kindergarten math activities and other fun math resources for your child to enjoy while learning to count and recognize numbers.
Pre-K Learning plan
By the end of pre-k, children should be able to count to 10 reliably and understand the 1:1 correspondence of numbers and objects, knowing that the last number they counted tells them how many objects they are counting.
As well as developing their number sense, children are beginning to understand the language of position and can tell the relative position of objects using words like 'above,' 'below,' and 'next to.' At this stage, children should be allowed to explore and play as much as possible with different materials, shapes, and puzzles and get an idea of how they work.
When comparing objects, children can tell which object is bigger or smaller than another. They can tell when two objects are the same and when they are different.
Take a look at our preschool number worksheets, comparing size sheets, shape tracing worksheets, or dot-to-dot pages to practice these skills.