My kids really enjoyed this flower number matching activity! It’s a hands-on and engaging spring math activity that helps children learn numbers!
It’s almost spring so I am planning lots of fun learning activities with flowers, butterflies, bugs and more. I love this time of year! A while back my kids really enjoyed this flower number line game, so I decided to start my spring planning with another fun flower themed math activity.
This winter I came across these super cute number matching snowmen and I immediately thought to myself that it would be really neat to make a flower version for my kids this spring. Flower petals just lend themselves perfectly to this kind of activity.
Related read: Flowers Alphabet Activity
I made them for the numbers 1-20 so that my almost 6 year old could work on the higher numbers and I would have the lower numbers ready for my 3.5 year old daughter when she is ready for that.
This also makes it very easy for you to use with children of varying levels of ability.
Flower Number Matching
My kids really loved these flowers. Right off the bat they are so colorful and eye catching. And being able to build a flower was appealing to them.
When I set this up for my sons I make sure to use at least two flowers of each color. Otherwise, he will just match the colors instead of paying attention to the numbers on each petal.
At this point my daughter just likes to make flowers out of the pieces. So although she can’t match up the numbers yet, she can still explore numbers and develop fine motor skills while simply playing with the flowers.
Spring Math Activity
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- Number Matching Flowers Printable (link to download at the bottom of this post)
- Cardstock (for durability)
- Lamination sheets
- Print the flowers on cardstock for durability.
- If you want, you can cut the pieces apart, laminate and then cut apart again for the most durability.
The flower number matching activity is now ready for your kids to enjoy!
Set this up in your math center in your classroom or do this with your kids at home. Either way it sure to be an engaging way to learn numbers this spring!
Get the Spring Printable Pack
For a limited time, I am offering a spring printable pack to my readers for a discounted rate. A pack this large and with this variety of activities would easily cost $30 or more, but I wanted to make it affordable for all of you. My hope is that these printables will lead to lots of fun and learning for your kids this spring!
If you buy this pack, you will have a bunch of pre-planned activities and games for your kids or students to enjoy this spring! This will require little prep from you. Just print, cut and laminate (if you would like).
I even made many of the printables in a way that would limit the amount of cuts you need to make. All in an effort to make this as quick and easy as possible for you!
I hope you and the kids enjoy a fun spring season!
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