### Browse over 160 educational resources created by Blocks and Beads in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Shawna Gilley-Slack

Help your child develop essential math skills with these fun and engaging PreK math activities. Explore hands-on games and exercises to make learning math exciting and interactive.

Browse over 160 educational resources created by Blocks and Beads in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Shawna Gilley-Slack

Kids will have fun with these number recognition 1-20 worksheets using bingo dabbers while learning their numbers.

Jennifer Hall

Activities that develop early math skills are our favourites! We love working on our number recognition, counting skills, subitising and 1:1 correspondence. This “Build a City” activity…

Caroline Cox

Are you ready for Back to School? This theme pack is perfect fore preschool, prek, and kindergarten kiddos. There are lots of fun and hands on activities to practice math, writing, and literacy skills. You can grab this pack in my TPT shop! Back to School Preschool Pack Here is a look inside the pack! Apple Shape Play Dough Mats- Build each shape with play dough. School Bus Ten Frames- Build each ten frame. Rhyming Backpack Linking Cards- Link each rhyming word together. Read it, Build it…

Katie Dalton

Pre-K and TK Activities: Back to School. Letter Recognition, Number Recognition, Counting, Colors, Patterns, Fine Motor Skills, and more!

Ali Lopes

A fun and skills based math center for kindergarten. Peg clip each head to show the number.

Sara Mcclure

Here’s a simple activity for preschoolers that will turn counting practice into a game! Lately, Owen (4.5) has felt like he is “too big” for counting activities that we used to do, but he actually still needs practice on counting. I realized that he is much more motivated to count when it involves keeping score, […]

Sah Yac

Counting Bear Graphing is a great introduction to counting activity and it is FREE. It is perfect for preschool and kindergarten.

Tomeka Glass

Use hands-on and engaging activities with math manipulatives to reinforce one-to-one correspondence skills, number formation, counting and more!

Aimie Young

Math Centers for the beginning of the year. Students will learn about numbers 1 to 10 using these interactive, hands-on activities.

Megan Barnard