Ever since I have been getting onto Pinterest, I have been interested in using a set of worksheets with E from 1+1+1=1. Here you can find the link to a list of their preschool packs, including the Pretty Bugs packet that I printed out, cut and laminated parts of, and placed in page protectors.I know some people are very anti worksheets, but the truth is, once kids are in a formalized school setting, they are expected to show skills on paper. I think the pages serve a great purpose as filler activities to supplement the activities we are doing.
This particular activity involves graphing. E rolls the die (or spins a spinner) and charts which bug the die lands on. It was great for her object correspondence, as well as getting used to writing in a particular box or area of the graph.
We have played or E has completed about half of the worksheets from the packet, and has had a blast doing them. It is great seeing her work through some of the sheets on her own, and the games allow us to work on various skills together, too. My labels for this post will reference the packet as a whole. A big thanks to the creators of the worksheets!