May Math Mats | An End of Year Hands-On Counting Activity

Imagine your kids engaged in counting and writing numbers – even at the end of the year!  

These May Math Mats can help you keep the learning fun even when the kids have the summer time itch.  If you’re in a hurry, and are looking to print these off today, you can grab them HERE or on TPT.  

What are Math Mats

Number Math Mats are an interactive, hands-on, math activity to build number sense and engage your active learners in counting and writing numbers.

The monthly themed math mats are new resources found in the Little Learning Corner store.  

Currently, our monthly math mats come in two sets – numbers to 10 and numbers 11-20 (teen numbers).  

How to Use Math Mats

PreK, kindergarten, and first grade kids will count, build, trace, write, and identify numbers on a number line.

  1.  Build and Count
  2.  Trace the number
  3.  Write the number
  4.  Circle the number on the number line

Whether you are a prek, kindergarten, or first grade teacher, or homeschooling, you’ll love that these number mats come with 2 levels.  

The leveled math mats are perfect for easy differentiation – supporting young children with visuals and challenging those who are progressing with number sense. 

Numbers to 10 April Math Mats

The End of the year and summer themed Math Mats have eye-catching clipart to capture the kids’ attention.  

This Numbers to 10 May Math Mats comes with 2 leveled sets.  

may math mats numbers to 10 printable activities for prek, kindergarten, and first grade.

Level 1: The number is represented with a set of images already in the tens-frame. Kids point and count to number set to build one-to-one correspondence, counting in order, and cardinality.

Level 2: The tens-frame is blank for kids to independently build the number using manipulatives such as mini-erasers.

Numbers 11-20 Math Mats

Same as above, these Numbers 11-20 May Math Mats comes with 2 leveled sets.  

Level 1: The number is represented with a set of images already in the tens-frame. Kids point and count to number set to build one-to-one correspondence, counting in order, and cardinality.

Level 2: The tens-frame is blank for kids to independently build the number using manipulatives such as mini-erasers.

 

More Ways to Use Printable Number Mats

There are limitless ways you can use these monthly number mats with children.  

From sensory bins to math centers, your kids will be engaged in learning numbers.  

Here are some ways you can use these math mats in the classroom, with math tutors, or at home.  

  • Spring Math Center
  • April or Spring Math Center
  • Number Stations
  • Math Sensory Bin Cards
  • Math Tubs
  • Early Finisher Tubs
  • Morning Work
  • Take-home Activity
  • Math Tutor games
  • Guided Math Activities
  • Numbers to ten math intervention

 

 

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