These cereal math printables will go great during St. Patrick’s Day and will help your Pre-K and Kindergarten kids practice sorting, counting, and patterns. Its a quick-prep activity (as long as you have the cereal on hand). Just print the pages, add cereal, and you’re ready.
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Children sort cereal onto the mat, and then count the cereal on each shape. Depending on your students’ abilities, you could have the children write the numbers on each shape with a dry erase marker. I recommend laminating these mats or slipping them into page protectors, so you can wipe off them off to reuse year after year. Or, use the blackline mat to print for each child for one time use.
Children place the cereal marshmallows on the graph by shape, count how many of each shape, and compare to see which group has the most, least, or same amount. Color and blackline mats are included.
This set includes the patterns: AB, ABC, AABB, AAB, and ABB. I recommend printing these and laminating so they can be wiped clean after the activity. Children continue the pattern by placing the cereal marshmallows in the blank space on each pattern.
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