This turkey feather counting activity is a great way to teach early learners how to start counting!
Hands-on activities are a wonderful way to teach early skills like counting! With this printable Turkey Feather Counting Activity, your little ones will have tons of fun mastering their counting skills!
Plus, when you pair it up with a cute turkey, there so much more willing to learn!
Turkey Feather Counting Activity
Counting might seem like an easy activity for us, but for young children, it can be hard to grasp. This fun activity will help your children learn all about numbers and counting!
The colorful turkey is fun to count with! It is also a terrific way for your child to learn number sense, or how numbers, counting, and quantities relate to each other.
How do you play this counting game?
To play, just add any number of tail feathers to the turkey. As your child counts them, put the number that corresponds to the tail feathers on the turkey’s belly.
As your child starts to master their counting skills, let them take over more of the game! They can practice counting one by one, learn easy skip counting, and even challenge you. There are so many fun things that can be done with this game!
Tips for playing this Counting Activity for Preschoolers
You can also laminate the pieces to make them last longer. That way, your child can take it out over and over to play! This printable activity makes learning math skills fun.
We love to have this laminated and take it with us when we’re traveling for the holidays. It adds a fun way to explore math skills while having a lighter side to it as well. The kids never even really know that they’re “learning” just because they’re having so much fun playing the game instead!
The Turkey Feather Counting Activity is also a fun way to keep all the little ones busy at Thanksgiving – just print off a set for each and let them play!
Are you ready to get the download for this preschool activity?
As you can see, it’s a simple way to get your little one counting and working on their numbers easily! They might like it so much that they actually ask to play it again and again. (that’s when you know you’ve found a learning activity win!)