Ladybug Math Game

By | April 7, 2014

Ladybug Math Game

My little one just turned three and is getting ready to start preschool later this year.  Just like my oldest she loves numbers and counting, so I thought it would be fun to make a math game for her.  When my oldest was this age I made this fun Matching Math game for her, so I thought this time I would make this one more spring like and do a ladybug math game.

For those of you who don’t want to do the craft part of this to make the ladybug out of felt, I added on the printable a finished colored ladybug so you can just print it out on paper or card stock to play the game.

HOW TO PLAY:  There are two ways to play this game.  #1 place the black dots on one side of the ladybugs back and have the child count them and pick out the correct number to place on the other side of the back.   #2 place a number on one side of the back and have the child count out the dots and put them on the opposite side of the back.  

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Supplies

Ladybug Math Game Printable
Red Felt
Black Felt
Glue
Scissors

Directions

 

Cut out your templateCut out your printable and trace onto your felt

glue your lady bug togetherGet our ladybug pieces together

finished lady bugAnd glue your ladybug together

cut out your numbersWhile Ladybug is drying cut out your numbers.

Playing the Ladybug Math Game
Now let your child play this fun math game!  (see directions for game above)

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9 thoughts on “Ladybug Math Game

  1. Amber

    What a great idea! We’ve been looking for more spring themed activities and this is perfect :) Definitely pinning!

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  5. Christine

    This is great! We are adopting a 2 1/2 year old from China this fall. She’ll be almost 3 when she comes home. I plan on printing this out and preparing it as an activity for our 19+ hour flight home! It will be a great fine motor skill activity as well as learning to count in English! Thanks for sharing!

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