Count and Pollinate - Number Sense Activity

Introduce your preschool and kindergarten kids to pollination and the importance of bees with this activity, plus practice some math skills! Kids will identify the numeral shown on each card and then ‘pollinate’ the flowers by using tongs to place that many pom poms onto each card. Number sense should be fun and easy to teach!

FREE Bee themed activity for preschool and kindergarten kids, perfect for Spring or Summer math centers. Teach kids the importance of bees and what it means to pollinate flowers. Then, let them have a blast with this number sense activity that works on number recognition, counting and more!

Number Sense Count and Pollinate the Flowers

Use these cards to help kids develop counting and one-to-one correspondence skills, as well as learn about pollination and bees. Perfect for a Spring or Summer math activity, or an addition to our Bee themed printable pack.

Have your child or students identify the numeral on each flower card, then place that many pom poms in the middle of the flower to ‘pollinate’ it. If you don’t have yellow pom poms feel free to use other colors, too. You could also use this with counters or mini erasers. They will work really well! 

Another activity included in this set is a "Spin & Cover" game to practice number recognition and subitizing to 5 with dice. Kids will spin the spinner and then place a counter on the corresponding number on the mat.

This post was contributed by:

Yara from Sea of Knowledge

Founder of Sea of Knowledge, an ESL teacher with a passion for making learning fun and engaging. She loves creating fun activities that children and learners can benefit from. You can also find me on: Facebook and Pinterest.

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Viviana is a blogging mom to a toddler, a preschooler, and a kindergartner, sharing ideas and resources for early education. She specializes in unique, hands-on printable activities that are educational, fun and inspire creativity in young minds.

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