September Counting Towers – Counting Math Activity


Are you looking for a fun and interactive math activity for your preschool and kindergarten students to practice 1:1 correspondence?  These September Counting Tower Mats are an engaging way for young children to practice counting and number recognition.  This count and stack activity requires little prep and your students will have so much fun as they learn!



These counting tower mats are perfect for back to school. Preschool and kindergarten students will practice number recognition, 1:1 correspondence and counting.
Preschool and kindergarten students count and stack linking cubes with these fun September Counting Mats. This activity is a fun and interactive way to practice 1:1 correspondence, counting and number identification.


Have your students practice 1:1 correspondence, counting and number recognition as they build these September counting towers! These counting tower mats are great for math centers, morning work, small group, or independent work.


Each counting mat comes in color and black and white versions. Each themed mat also has an accompanying recording sheet for students to practice tracing numbers.

There are 3 sets of themed mats:

1. School bus mats (1-10 and 11-20)

2. Apple mats (1-10 and 11-20)

3. Backpack mats (1-10 and 11-20)

How to Use These September Counting Tower Mats

This resource is great for morning work, math centers, independent work and early finishers.  Parents can also use this resource as a part of their homeschool curriculum or to provide their children will additional learning and review. 

Student Directions

  • Identify the numbers on the mat.
  • Count and make a stack of snap cubes that corresponds with each number.
  • Use the recording sheet to practice writing numbers.


Take a look at the preview to see what is inside this product: PREVIEW OF SEPTEMBER COUNTING TOWERS

Refund Policy

Due to the fact that the products are digital and downloadable, they cannot be refunded nor returned.

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