If there is one story that my kids love to return to over and over again it is Goldilocks and the Three Bears.  I added these favorite Goldilocks characters to our recent kindergarten math activities, making hands-on learning fun and connecting our math lessons in with our story reading activities.

Counting, putting numbers in order, practicing patterns, and more: These kindergarten math activities with Goldilocks make learning hands-on and fun.
Counting, putting numbers in order, practicing patterns, and more: These kindergarten math activities with Goldilocks make learning hands-on and fun.

Learning from Goldilocks

Because we love read the story of Goldilocks, we enjoy reading a few different versions to compare and contrast. Some of our favorites include the stories by Jan Brett, Byron Barton, and James Marshall.

There are lots more versions. In my picture book lesson plan, I annotated more than 20 different versions. Strawberry and even Raisin enjoyed reading the different versions. It became a fun theme to our story times together. Strawberry also practiced retelling the story by illustrating the story herself.

Kindergarten Mathematics Activities

So, when it was time to do our math during the week, of course we wanted to continue with our Goldilocks fun!

Here are the things included in the Goldilocks Kindergarten Math activities bundle.

  • Counting from 1 to 10 counting cards, clip cards, ten frame color-by-number.
  • Comparison worksheets
  • Pattern finishing
  • Adding up to 10 clip cards, worksheets, and color by number.
  • Missing and scrambled numbers worksheets

We’ll be doing kindergarten math with Goldilocks for a while to come.
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