Check out these awesome Free Number 8 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 8. Then, practice pre-writing skills with tracing the word “eight” and several 8’s. Cut and paste pieces into the number 8 puzzle to build fine motor skills. Be sure to have fun and count along the way!
Number 8 Worksheets
Start off your number 8 adventure with two number 8 tracing sheets. Use a marker or crayon to trace the numbers and the word, “eight”. Next, get creative with a number 8 Dot Dot sheet and large number 8 template. Use watercolors, crayons, and markers to fill in your 8. Using stickers is a also a great way to build pincher strength! Be sure to check out Number 9 Worksheets for Preschool for more number learning!
Number 8 Tracing Sheet
Numbers 1-8 Tracing Sheet
Number 8 Dot Dot Sheet
Number 8 Template
Number 8 Activities
Next, match your colors together in the number 8 puzzle. Cut out the pieces on the right side of the page and glue each one to its matching color. The number 8 eye spy is tons of fun! Use a marker or crayon to circle each 8 you find! Next, the number 8 recognition sheet is great reviewing the number. Color, trace, count, and find! Print Number Recognition Worksheets for all numbers 1-10. Finally, count and color all 8 burgers in the number 8 coloring sheet!
Number 8 Puzzle
Number 8 Eye Spy
Number 8 Recognition Worksheet
Number 8 Coloring Page
Counting Activities for Preschool
Counting your numbers can be tons of fun! A great way to learn about numbers is to do some hands-on activities. Not only will your little ones learn to count, but they will also build fine motor skills!
I LOVE this Feed the Dog Counting Activity! Use dice, dog bones, a tissue box, and your printable, to create an amazing game that can be used in a small group. Use tongs to feed the dog the number of dog bones listed on each card. Be sure to give your dog a name!
Print cute counting cards for a fun Hair Counting Activity! Use clothes pins to attach the corresponding number of hairs on each card to each person. Using clothes pins is also a great way to build the small muscles of the hands.
Number Books for Preschool
Take a look at some great number books for preschool! Reading with your little ones is a great way to build vocabulary skills, build a social connection, and discover potential interests! Read “The Very Hungry Caterpillar Eats Breakfast” and “Counting Creatures”. Have fun counting your way through the books!