Check out these awesome Free Number 5 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 5. Then, practice pre-writing skills with tracing the word “five” and several 5’s. Cut and paste pieces into the number 5 puzzle to build fine motor skills. Be sure to have fun and count along the way!
Number 5 Worksheets
Celebrate the number 5 with two number 5 tracing sheets! Use a marker or crayon to trace the 5’s and the word, “five”. Next, use Dot Dot markers in the number 5 Dot Dot sheet. To build pincher strength, this sheet goes great with stickers. Have your little ones peel and stick one sticker onto each circle. Finally, use watercolors to fill in your number 5 template. Be sure to check out Number 6 Worksheets for Preschool for more number learning!
Number 5 Tracing Sheet
Number 1-5 Tracing Sheet
Number 5 Dot Dot Sheet
Number 5 Template
Number 5 Activities
Have fun with color identification in the number 5 puzzle. Cut out the pieces on the right side of the page and glue each one to its matching circle of color. Continue with cut & paste in the chocolate chip cookie counting worksheet. Match your numbers! Review all of your number 5 skills in the number 5 recognition worksheet. Color, trace, count, and find. Finally, color in your gumball machines in the number 5 coloring sheet! Print your Cut & Paste Numbers 1-5 Worksheets to keep the counting fun going!
Number 5 Puzzle
Chocolate Chip Cookie Counting Sheet
Number 5 Recognition Worksheet
Number 5 Coloring Page
Counting Activities for Preschool
A great way to learn about numbers is by hands-on counting activities! Check out some great ways to get the brain counting and the hands moving!
The Fish in the Pond Activity is great for preschool, and who doesn’t love goldfish? Draw your ponds onto a piece of paper and write a number 1-10 in each pond. Have your little ones count out the correct number of fish for each pond!
I LOVE How Many Drops Fill the Dot? This activity is super fun because your little ones get to use a dropper. Draw some small circles on a piece of paper and fill a dropper with water. Dye the water with food coloring to keep things colorful! Put one drop at a time into each circle. How many drops does it take to fill the whole circle?
Number Books for Preschool
When it comes to learning about numbers, there’s no better way than 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 “One Duck Stuck” and “Stack the Cats”.