Counting Dental Math Playdough Printables

Monster Teeth Counting Playdough Mats – Dental Activity

Are you ready for dental health month? We are super excited in this house. Learning about dental health is not only fine but it is important for the future health of our children. This super cute, free printable Monster Teeth Counting Mat will not only help teach children about dental health but will help them with number sense as well, all while having a blast. Using play doh, toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age children can make playdough tooth to count on the playdough mats. This is such a fun counting activity for preschoolers during February as part of a dental theme, dentist theme, or tooth fairy theme too. Simply print pdf file with free counting playdough mats and you are ready to play and learn.

This super cute, free printable Monster Teeth Counting Mat will not only help teach children about dental health but will help them with number sense as well, all while having a blast. Using play doh, toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age children can make playdough tooth to count on the playdough mats. This is such a fun counting activity for preschoolers during February as part of a dental theme, dentist theme, or tooth fairy theme too. Simply print pdf file with free counting playdough mats and you are ready to play and learn.

Teeth Counting Mats

These monster teeth are made with play dough which is a great activity to incorporate sensory and fine motor strengthening. Children will use playdoh to make teeth to add to the counting mats. This is such a fun, engaging prsechool counting activity to make learning fun. Use this dental activities with a fun dental theme to keep kids engaged while learning. This is such a great way for developing number sense and as a Dental Activities for Preschoolers this February.

Playdough Mats

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> _____ <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the template. Set out some crayons, markers, or colored pencils and you are ready to complete these dental colouring pages.

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Dental Activities

To try this fun dentist counting activity, you will need a few simple materials you probably already have on hand:

  • White play dough 
  • Dry Erase Marker
  • Sheet Protector or Laminator

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Dental Activities for Preschoolers

We start by printing the printables. There are 10 mats all together, one for each number 1-10. There are 5 different colors of monsters, one color has 2 different numbers associated.

Each mat has a number, a colored monster with a big mouth, a place to write the number and/or number word, and a place to tally the number.

Since there are 10 mats, before we began, we made 10 balls of white playdough. If you don’t have white playdough you could use pretty much any other manipulative. Do you have teeth mini erasers, that would be great. White pom poms, that will work perfectly! 

dental activities to improve number sense counting to 10

Dental health month activities

We used a sheet protector, because it can be used over and over with a dry erase marker. And honestly its less expensive than laminating. But if you are using this in a classroom or plan to use it year after year, lamination is suggested. The dry erase marker will work on both ways.

When you’re ready to play, grab the first mat you want to use. You can go from 1 to 10, or choose random numbers.

Preschool Number Sense

Have the child identify the number shown. Next, write the number and/or number word in the space provided. The next section is for tallying the number up. Then last, but not least, add the correct number of teeth for the monster.

Children will love exploring number sense, strengthening fine motor skills, enjoying the sensory aspect and playing with the monster and his teeth for Dental Health Month! 

Tooth Fairy Letter Celebrate dental health month for kids with these fun and creative dental crafts. We have lots of really clever ideas for toddler, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and preschool dental crafts. Here are a whole bunch of fun, hands on teeth crafts and teeth activities for kids during February’s Dental Health Month. FREE Dental Themed Counting Mats - toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids will have fun practicing counting to 10 and tracing numbers with these super cute count the teeth number worksheets for preschool math #numbers #counting #preschool #dentaltheme

Dental Printables for Kids

If you are looking for more fun teeth themed activities for dental health month in February or any other time you want to sneak in some tooth fairy activities, check out these resources:

FREE Counting Strawberry Seeds Activity - this is such a fun preschool math activity for spring or summer! #counting #preschool #math  Make practicing counting, tracing numbers 1-10, and learning number words fun with these super cute, Pirate number worksheets for preschoolers. These pirate worksheets allow toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age students to learn their numbers, number sense, and practice counting to 10 while having fun. These free printable pre k worksheets are so cute kids are going to be excited to learn! Simply print pdf file with number tracing worksheets and you are ready to start playing and learning with this cute, free printable pirate themes printables.  free printable counting wheels Have fun with these exciting new and no-prep Firefly Counting Worksheets. These lightning bug count and write worksheet pages are great for strengthening hand muscles, counting to ten, tracing numbers, and handwriting skills for young children. Use these cute summer counting worksheets with preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age children. Simply print pdf file with number worksheets for preschool  and you are ready to sneak in some fun summer learning!

Counting Activities 0-10

If you are looking for some more fun, engaging, hands-on, and free printable counting activities for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners – check out these great resources!

free-printable-fingerprint-counting-activity-482x800 playdough number mats Count to 30 bugs hole punching math activity This hands-on math activity allows kids to practice counting to 20 with these free printable playdough mats. This Corn Counting Activity is perfect for toddler, preschool,  pre k and kindergarten age children during summer and fall. This is also a great introduction to number words, including those tricky teen numbers.

Counting Activities 1-20

These pack of fish bowels to practice counting 0-10 is such a clever, FUN hands on counting activity for toddler, preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age students. Grab the  goldfish counting printable and a handful of fish cracker are you are ready to work on 1:1 correspondence as you count to 10 with this clever math activity for preschoolers.  FREE Counting Farm Animals Worksheets - kids will have fun practicing counting animals on the farm and tracing numbers 1-10 with these adorable count to 10 printables for toddler, preschool, prek, and kindergarten age kids in the fall, spring, or farm theme. #farm #preschool #counting    Silly-Worm-Count-to-10-with-stickers

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Dental Printables

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Deanna Hershberger is a work at home mom, coffee obsessed, a diy addict and a Netflix binger. She spends her days playing and making with her daughter and enjoys quiet nights at home with her husband. She shares all of this on her blog Play Dough & Popsicles.

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