Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Dot Pattern Kindergarten Math Game-Free Printable!


We have been learning about dot patterns in our math lessons, and I wanted to find a few games to put out on our shelves to help reinforce our learning. Unfortunately, I wasnt really able to find any online. So, I made my own.



Each flower has a dot pattern in the center. Each center has a number on it.



The object is to match them together. It could be used as I have had Mustang use it, or in a file folder game. This printable contains numbers 0-10.

You can download the game here.

We use Bob Jones K5 math, and these printables would go well with lessons 20-33. I hope you can use them no matter what curriculum you are using with your children!

Enjoy and God Bless!

3 comments:

Lindsay said...

What a great activity to go along with those lessons!

Neo said...

I used to do very similar activities with my son!

Elise said...

I am going to add this to our collection of counting resources.

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