Happy Monday, yall! I hope that wherever you are in your respective quarantine locations you are having a good beginning to this second full week of social distancing. Have you lost your marbles yet? I’ve been going back and forth. To keep myself going, I’ve been working hard on creating materials that may be helpful for homeschooling and quarantine schooling right now. As I understand it, most school districts are starting online schooling today, but most of that will simply be assignments for students to complete.

I thought I’d start this week off with something simple and effective – number worksheets. WAIT! Don’t X out of this just because I used the forbidden “W” word. While it is a worksheet, these babies are great for laminating and using again and again with a dry erase marker. Genny also likes to fill in the tens frames with raisins or nuts, making it “snack math”.

Which is totally different and way cooler than regular math.

In these worksheets, I’ve included space for writing, spelling, tally-marking, and dotting because most materials that I find (for free) on Pinterest don’t have those last two elements. Those are actually learning standards for preschoolers to know!

Today, we’re just trying to make it through after a night of little sleep. There are so many things i want to do but so little energy!

I’m putting together a lesson unit, and hopefully I’ll be able to post it by the end of the week. Genny and I worked on ironing out some of those kinks today. We’re so excited to share this fun unit with you!! But no spoilers. Just suffice to say, it will be a week’s worth of fun-filled, engaging activities that you can do from home (or school! If school ever starts again…) with a few materials you probably have lying around and a printer. Bonus points if you have a laminator!

 

To get the number worksheets, click the button below!

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Free printable number worksheets for students to use at home or at school! Under quarantine? No problem! Print, laminate, and reuse again and again!

How do you like to do math with your preschooler? Share with me by commenting below!

Love, Emily XOXO

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