Check out these awesome Free Number 2 Worksheets for Preschool! Build fine motor skills and boost creativity! Use watercolors and Dot Dot markers to express your creative side when it comes to the number 2. Then, practice pre-writing skills with tracing the word “two” and several 2’s. Cut and paste pieces into the number 2 puzzle to build fine motor skills. Be sure to have fun and count along the way! Print all 8 printables for free!
Number 2 Worksheets
Celebrate the number 2 with number 2 tracing sheets. Use a marker or crayon to trace the 2’s and the word, “two”. The number 2 Dot Dot page goes great with stickers. Have your little ones peel and stick one sticker onto each circle. This is great for building pincher strength. Next, fill in your number 2 template. Use markers, crayons, or watercolors to create a bright and beautiful 2. Be sure to check out Number 3 Worksheets for Preschool for more number learning!
Number 2 Tracing Sheet
Ladybug Tracing Page
Number 2 Dot Dot Page
Number 2 Template
Number 2 Activities
Next, print your number 2 puzzle to work on color identification skills. Cut out the pieces on the right side of the page and glue each one to its matching circle of color. Next, sort numbers 1 and 2 in a number sorting worksheet. These cut & paste worksheets are great for building the strength of the small muscles of the hands. Review the number 2 in the number 2 recognition worksheet. Color, trace, count, and find. Finally, color in two happy giraffes in the number 2 coloring page. Print Cut and Paste Number 1-5 Worksheets to keep building fine motor skills.
Number 2 Puzzle
Number 2 Sorting Sheet
Number 2 Recognition Worksheet
Number 2 Coloring Page
Counting Activities for Preschool
An exciting way to engage with numbers is through hands-on activities! Check out some great ways to build number identification skills.
I LOVE this Water Balloon Number Activity! This activity is perfect for kids who love playing outside! Not only will your little ones build number recognition skills, but they will get to practice their throwing skills as well. Fill up water balloons and number each one, then use chalk to write large numbers onto the sidewalk or driveway. Have your little ones identify the number on the balloon and the corresponding number written in chalk. Now, throw!
The Number Toy Hunt is a great way to have fun and get counting! Print your number pages onto cardstock paper, then lay them out on the floor. Have your little ones find the correct number of toys to place on each sheet. Make this activity more challenging by specifying a color.
Number Books for Preschool
A great way to learn about numbers is by picking up a good book! Reading with your little ones is a great way to build vocabulary skills, build a social connection, and discover potential interests. Read “Pretty Kitty” and “Ten Little Eggs”. I love the illustrations in both of these books!