Who doesn’t love gumballs?! Am I right?
I know that when we used to pass by one of those gumball toys my LO would get ecstatic about how colorful and fun it looked.
Well, I’ve incorporated a really fun and easy gumball machine printable coloring page that not only is fun for coloring in but it incorporates a bit of an early learning twist to it too!
This Gumball machine template works on counting from 0-10 and it includes 2 extra bonus sheets for some pretend play fun!
I love that!
Let’s get into how I go about using this Gumball machine PDF and how you can too!
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How to use the Gumball Free Printable for Preschool
The awesome thing about this Gumball machine printable free printable is that I love that I can just print and go!
I don’t need to prep or cut any pieces. (I mean, if I wanted to, I can. :))
I can just print and go and there is absolutely no prep involved.
We insert the sheets into a premade busy book of ours as additional sheets and voila!
The Free printable gumball counting activity is set to go!
The first few sheets within this Printable gumball machine freebie are for tracing and learning number recognition.
The bonus sheets are for coloring in, drawing and counting gumballs onto the sheets.
This is wonderful because sometimes we need to visually see it in action!
I love that this specific printable is all about colors too!
The wonderful thing about this is that you can also talk about color recognition!
As your preschooler draws gumballs onto his/her gumball machine printable, talk about the colors!
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More ways to use the Gumball Free Printable for Preschool
What are other fun ways to go about using this preschool printable?
Do you have colorful dot stickers?
Write out a set of different numbers on them.
Then, write those same numbers onto the gumballs in the bonus sheet.
You’ve a simple matching activity that can not only work on numbers, it can also work on:
These preschool math activities are sure to be so much fun and your LO will not only learn, they’ll have fun learning too!
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