Looking for a fun and free jelly bean activity for kids?
This jelly bean printable works on math, counting and color recognition.
I love creating simple and fun printables that incorporate fun games with jelly beans!
This one is super fun and a very easy setup!
I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
I’ll be sharing below how we use it and how to go about it. 🙂
Related: Looking for an all in one with some of the basics of early learning? Check out our Easter Busy Book here.
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Print out and download (FREE Jelly Bean Printable for Kids at the bottom of this post)
3 Ring Binder (optional)
Sheet Protectors (optional)
Laminator and Laminating Sheets (optional)
Jelly bean Math Preschool
These sheets are so much fun and what I love about them the most is that they can surely work for a differentiated set of ages!
Toddlers can color and you can practice talking about colors in a fun way!
This printable is a print and go set of sheets that requires absolutely no prep.
Just print and go and you are on your way!
If you saw our video for this, we took one of the sheets as far as using actual jelly beans for moving around and talking about colors!
A ziplock bag
Hair gel (transparent hair gel)
Pom poms (or jelly beans)
Tape (to tape the ziplock bag to a table)
Our Free jelly bean Printable (Found at the very bottom of this post.)
Super fun and easy way to learn while incorporating a bit of sensory play into the mix!
This Free jelly bean download is so much fun for working on:
Fine motor skills
Hand eye coordination
Preschoolers can have fun counting from 1-10 with this jelly bean math free printable!
Create a simple jelly bean graph on the side for checking off the colors that we drawn in or matched!
What other fun Easter games with jelly beans can you think of incorporating with this Free jelly beans printable?
How many jelly beans in a Bag?
There is a sheet within this free Jelly bean game download that you can use to ask the question, “ How many jelly beans in a bag?” (or in a jar ;))
I hope that you enjoy this simple and easy fun set of jelly bean math and color sheets!
I like jelly beans!
Do you like jelly beans too?
If not, here are some manipulatives that may work as an alternative to jelly beans:
Balls of playdough
Pom pom with wooden clothespin
What other fun manipulatives can you think of incorporating?
Happy learning and enjoy!
Ohh! And, happy Easter and happy holidays friends!
Related: If you are looking for an all in one Preschool Learning Folder, check out our Preschool Activity Binder!