Nearly all of my kids have loved trucks and the like at one point or another (although with Baloo it was always trains and just trains). We have never lived near farmland so tractors are these amazing, kind of mysterious trucks. And they’re similar to construction trucks which are just adored here. I had to have a tractor kindergarten pack to satisfy the curiosity!
Kids tend to be naturally drawn to things that interest them and I’ve found that tractors are a big draw for many kids – boys and girls!
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Whats in the tractor kindergarten pack?
3 part cards, Reading Comprehension, Math Mysteries, Tractor Addition, Tractor Graphing, Read and Write Cards, Tractor Maze, Tractor SuDoKu, Which is Different?, How Many Tractors? Beginning Sounds, Missing Numbers, What Time is It?, Color by Addition, Math with Tractors, 4 Part Puzzle, How many ways can you make 10?, Stamping, What Comes Next, Skip Counting by 10 Puzzle
How to Use the Tractor Kindergarten Pack
The math pages are my favorite, if I’m being honest. This simple math sort is too much fun. Match the hay bale to the correct tractor! Simple, yet so satisfying.
Start with all the hay bales all cut out and ready to go (they can be colored before, after, or not at all! My kids opt for not at all…every time)
Then match them! They could also be glued in a line behind the tractor, if one wanted to create a tractor train.
This page is all about making 10 and how many ways you can make 10. We usually use dot markers with it, for easy of use. There are four rows of 10 tractors. The idea is to dot some one color and some another color. Then fill in the equation to correspond with the color of the tractors!