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Spring is in the air and these spring snap cube task cards are the perfect way to work on fine motor skills, colors, counting, and so much more!
They’ll have your preschoolers building flowers, bird houses, umbrellas, and bugs! Basically, all of the things that they’re going to see throughout spring for themselves!
They’re perfect for your math center, for early finishers, or in a busy box if you need a quick quiet time activity and they’ll keep your preschoolers engaged and learning for hours on end!
When you ask a preschooler about the things that they might see in the spring, their list usually includes things like flowers and bugs.
And that is absolutely perfect for this activity because they’re going to get the chance to build the things that they already associate with the season!
Spring Snap Cube Cards
Snap Cubes are such a versatile manipulative and one that we use all the time.
They can be used in a number of fun and engaging ways and to practice so many different skills.
In the past, for examples, we’ve used them to count, to practice colors and patterns, and we’ve even used the measure things!
But in addition to all of that, they can also be used to created some pretty cool pictures!
In fact, with this set of spring snap cube task cards, your preschoolers will have the opportunity to build a:
- watering can
- bird house
Prepping the Spring Snap Cube Cards
Prepping these task cards for your students is about as easy as it gets!
Just download the printable below, print the pages off, cut each page in half, and run them through your laminator.
These are some of our favorite tools for prepping printable activities like these!
Using the Spring Snap Cube Task Cards
If you thought prepping these spring snap cube cards was easy, then you’re going to love how easy it is for your students to use them!
Just set these cards out in your math center, along with some Snap Cubes obviously, and watch the hands-on learning take place!
Your preschoolers will strengthen their fine motor skills as they snap each of the cubes together and once you add a dry erase marker to the activity, they’ll work on counting, handwriting, pencil grasp, and number formation as well!
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