Try this Easter Counting Activity for your pre-k students to practice counting skills with stickers. Also, find more Easter Activities here.
Prepare the Easter Counting Activity
To prepare the activity, cut a large egg shape out of white construction paper. Use colored masking tape to make the dividing stripes across the egg. (I used light blue masking tape here). Label the white spaces with the numerals you want your students to practice.
You can use any numbers for this activity. If needed, you can make your white spaces bigger for practicing the teen numbers. This activity would work well for differentiation because you can change the numbers according to the level of your individual students.
Use mini chart stickers like these to stick on the egg. The children identify the numeral on each row, and count out the correct amount of mini stickers to place on the egg. This activity can be used during centers or small group, even an independent activity.
More Easter Counting Activities
For more Easter counting practice, try these activities: