Farm Math Numbers Printables Spring

Frog Printable Number Games

We are big fans of turning learning activities into games. Preschoolers are eager to learn and play and this frog-themed number game will get them both learning and playing. A frog-themed printable number games for preschoolers perfect for spring and sure to be a huge hit. Your preschooler will love that it is hands-on and you will love the low-prep.

FREE Frog Number Game for Preschoolers - kids will have fun practicing visual discrimination and number recognition with this spring themed math activity for preschool, pre k age students.

Number Game for Preschoolers

Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love this fun, clever and free printable printable number games. This spring themed activity is perfect for a math center in your pre k classroom during April or May.

Your preschooler will work on multiple math skills while completing this activity. They will work on 1:1 correspondence, subitizing, and number recognition. Adding the element of dice turns a simple printable into a game while also adding the skill of subitizing.

Preschool Learning Games using printable board game with green lily pads, dice, frog pieces and green frogs.

Preschool Learning Games

Roll and cover games are always a hit with my preschoolers. We love the game aspect that comes with a roll and cover. Any time we can turn learning activities into play, my crew is happy.


  • Frog-Themed Number Game for Preschoolers Template
  • Small Manipulative – toy frogs, glass beads
  • Dice

Preschool Math Game for spring with a fun frog theme

Frog Number Game

Start out by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and clicking on the text that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to print and save. Print the template in color on cardstock or laminate for extra durability (especially if using in a classroom or preschool).

To play, preschoolers will start out by rolling two dice. The prek child will then count the dots on the dice and cover the corresponding number on the template with a marker, You can use anything you have on hand such as: lego bricks, frog erasers, green skittles or M & M, candy, buttons, unifix cubes, etc.  Kids will repeat until they have completed all the numbers.

f is for frog Life Cycle of a Frog for Kids

Frog Printables

Looking for more frog worksheets and frog games for kids? Check out these free resources for kids of all ages:

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Math Games for Preschoolers

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Plus don’t miss our amazing, EDIBLE Peeps Playdough Recipe.  These Easter Tracing Coloring Pages are a fun way for prek students to work on prewriting skills! Work on number recognition with these Easter Color by Number Worksheets. Finally, you will want to grab these adorable Bunny Ear Hats!

Super cute, FREE Frog Number Recognition Game is a great way for toddler, preschool pre k students to work on counting and number recognition with a fun spring themed math activity

Printable Number Games

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Emily is a teacher turned mom who just couldn't quite leave the classroom behind. She has 2 toddlers at home whom she is prepping for kindergarten by doing hands-on learning activities at home. Her blog, Sandbox Academy, focuses on learning literacy, math, STEM, and the arts through crafts and play.

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