Today I’m sharing some free printable counting mats!
Free printable counting mats
I created these free printable counting mats and laminated them so that my three-year-old could fill the nests with “eggs” – brightly colored gems I bought at Michaels.
He did really well with the nests up to five. After that he needed my help.
Such a pretty activity for spring!
P.S. Due to a few reader requests, I’ve updated the pdf so that it includes #1-20. I think some of the nests will be overflowing. 😉
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I love your stuff! Thank you so much for doing this! It’s amazing. My only complaint…I spend hours here when I should be doing other stuff. LOL!
I do have a suggestion/request. I would love a couple of these that work with 0. I teach kinder and find some kids really struggle with what 0 means, especially when we get to addition. These can be a great intro to adding by putting two nests together and counting them together.
Thanks for your suggestion, Desiree! At this time I don’t have plans (or the time) to edit this freebie, but I’ll keep it in mind for the future :).
Your site is amazing! Your are supporting true education by providing coloring, meaningful and engaging activities that develop knowledge and understanding. Thank you for generously sharing your creative and high quality materials. Really great stuff here!
oops meant to say colorful (not coloring) in previous post.
Thank you so much, Cheryl! I really appreciate you taking the time to write such a kind comment. Doing this is such a joy for me, and I’m so thankful that people like you come to download my printables!
Well,am really impressed. Lots of cool stuff here,bravo!
Thank you very much for sharing your talent and wisdom. I am new to your website, however, as a Preschool Teacher I have learned and able to utilized your site. God Bless and hope to bring more wisdom to our diversified preschoolers from your site.
Mrs. Zosima L. Saguin
St. Elizabeth Anne Seton Presschool
Elk Grove, California
Thank you so much for your kind words, Zosima! I hope you keep finding things you can use here. 🙂
Thank You this is neat!!!!
You’re very welcome, Kathrene!
Wow, just to reiterate what everyone else has been saying, your site is absolutely amazing!! Thanks for taking the time to so generously share. I was a 2nd grade teacher for 12 years & am now a SAHM with my 2 young children. I have decided to home school them for pre-school due to the pre-schools near my house being very expensive. Even though I have a dozen years of teaching under my belt, I am clueless on where to start for teaching a 2 year old other than lots of books so I appreciate all your activities and ideas! Can’t wait to look through more of your ideas!
Thank you so much, Katie, your comment really made my day! I know what you mean, not being sure where to start with your own kids. That was my inspiration to start this blog, and I’ve learned so much along the way. It’s fun to share it!
me encanta tu material
De nada, Damaris!
I just purchased the laminator you suggested as a result of the link. Just so Scotch knows that paying you for advertising worked 🙂
Ha! 🙂 Actually Scotch has no connection to me — but when you click on an Amazon link and make a purchase I get a small percentage as an Amazon affiliate. Thanks for doing that– and I DO love my laminator 😉
this site is amazing!!!
Thank you 🙂