This printable activity includes 12 dinosaurs with different numbers of dots on them and 12 eggs with numbers printed on them.
You can play endless matching games with them!
My daughter wanted to cut them out — her four-year old fingers only managed 5 of them before they got tired, but it only took me about 2 minutes to finish cutting them out.
The first thing she wanted to do was line up the 12 eggs, and match each dinosaur to them. She (literally–her idea!) decided we needed to make it a game, so she “dealt” out the dinosaur “cards” to us, and we each took turns counting the dots and matching them to the correct egg.
Other ideas I had for ways to use these include the following:
1- Placing them all upside down and playing memory or matching games with them.
2- Gluing the eggs down to a file folder to make a file folder matching game.
3- Gluing the eggs and dinosaurs onto cardstock to make cards to play games like Old Maid or Go Fish.
The link for the free preschool dinosaur activity is below!