This fall-themed roll & count game for your kiddos will help to develop several math skills, in one simple, low-prep game. Add this free resource to your fall unit and watch your kids do math with no stress and have a little fun while doing it.
You will love how these counting games for the fall help your child work on several skills at once. Math practice doesn’t have to be dull for your little ones and working on several skills at once is an early homeschool win for sure.
This resource comes with two different versions of the roll and count games for kids – you can use them together or at the beginning and end of the fall season.
- subitizing practice (recognizing a quantity at a glance, without counting)
- one-to-one correspondence
- add the quantities together
- writing addition equations
Grab these FREE printable fall roll & count games for kids shared by Math Geek Mama.
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