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Free Number Colouring Math Game For Kids {Robot Fun!}

Free Number Colouring Math Game For Kids {Robot Fun!}

Try our Robot themed number colouring math game for kids for learning number identification with your preschool and Kindergarten Kids. These fun FREE  printable number games are perfect for teaching number recognition, digits and subitizing!

 

Learning to subitize and recognise numbers is a huge focus for early years math programs. You can never have too many Free math printables to help, don’t you agree? So here’s a fun robot colouring in game that has been designed to help kids:

  • Subitize numbers 1-6
  • Recognise standard dice dots 1-6
  • Match number digits 1-6 to dot dice
  • Build pre writing fine motor strength

Number Colouring Math Game For Kids

Try our Robot themed number colouring math game for kids for teaching number recognition to your students. This fun number recognition worksheet is a must for teaching kindergarten students to learn the number names, how to recognise numbers and improve their subitising skills in a fun hands-on environment.

Your kids will love learning their numbers with this number colouring math game template and the robot colouring in will also help them to develop strength for their pre-writing  and fine motor skills including;

  • pencil grasp
  • grip strength
  • stamina for writing
  • visual perception

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These number robot colouring math games can be used in so many situations. Try them in your math rotations, for independent work, for early finishers or even as number recognition assessment task. there’s even a version for shape recognition too.

Scroll to the end of the post for the link there are America & Australian English Spellings in the pack… It is absolutely FREE!

5 Number Recognition Robot Math Games

This FREE pack has been differentiated so that you can meet a range of students’ needs. There are 5 different Number Recognition Games Templates including:

  1. Subitise & Colour Numbers 1-6
  2. Subitise, Write & Colour Numbers 1-6
  3. Recognise, Write & Colour Numbers 1-10
  4. Recognise, Write & Colour Any Numbers
  5. Blank Robot Template


Robot Math Games Equipment

Our colouring robot math games are low ink and low prep. To play you need:

  • Print off Template 1 per student
  • 6 sided dot dice
  • 6 markers red, blue, yellow, green, purple

Colouring Robot Game 1

This robot math game template can be used for practicing subitizing and identifying & the number digits 1-6.

The robot numerals 1-6 have already been written into the robot, so the focus is on visual recognition and naming the digits rather than number formation.

Play this version of the robot colouring subitising game as a race with a partner or individually.

  • Player 1 rolls the dice and colours in the corresponding shape and then all the times they can see that number on their sheet only. Player 1 says the number before they can colour it in. They colour in as many of the same number as they can see.
  • Player 2 rolls the dice and does the same.
  • If you roll a number and it is already coloured in, you miss a turn.
  • The game continues until all the robot is coloured in. The winner is the person who colours their robot in first!

Related Post: Free Roll & Dot Subitising Math Center Activities

 

Click Images To See Our Number and Subitizing Games…

 


 

Robot Colouring Game 2

This version of the game is almost the same as the version above. It is a template for practicing reading and saying numbers 1-6. It also helps students with standard dice subitising (seeing how many, without counting) Read more about subitising here…

  • In this version of the math game the robot picture does not have any of the numerals 1-6 written onto the template. The focus of this number recognition game game is on visual number recognition, naming the digits 1-6, and writing the matching digits.

 

 

How To Play

  • The game is played the same as above.
  • Player 1 rolls the dice and colours in the corresponding shape and then all the times they can see that number on their sheet only. Player 1 says and writes the number before they can colour it in. They colour in as many of the same number as they can see.
  • Player 2 rolls the dice and does the same.
  • If you roll a number and it is already coloured in, you miss a turn.
  • The game continues until all the robot is coloured in. The winner is the person who colours their robot in first!


 

Click Image To See Our Number Printables …

 


Robot Colouring in Game 3

Game 3  is a fun number recognition activity that can be used for independent work. This number recognition game will help students to recognise and say numerals 0-10 in sequence (forwards or backwards). Students recognise and colour numbers 0-10 in this version.

How To Play

The child chooses to count forwards or backwards, selects a colour for each number and completes the robot.  As each number is coloured in the child encourage the child to talk about the numbers using the following prompts:

  • ” This is number __ , the number after __ is. It is more/less than/ bigger/smaller than ___”. (depending on if counting backwards or forwards)
  • or “The next number is ___ “Or “The number before ___ was ___.”
  • You can also discuss the counting pattern connecting the idea that all numbers are made from 0-10.
  • You could use a 11 sided dice or 2 x 6 sided dice if you want to play it in pairs.

 

 

Robot Math Game 4

Recognise, Write & Colour Numbers Any Numbers

Game 4 can be for independent work to help students to recognise and say  any numerals in sequence (forwards or backwards).  You could even use it for skip counting or number fact (times – table) number sequences. Or you could the template to focus on number reversals, or even decade ‘sticking’ points, 109- 110, 199- 200, 90-89, or even the teens! It’s up to you!

 

 

Click Image To See Our Math Printables For number Recognition…

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Game 5

Blank Robot Template

Get creative and use the final free robot template however you please, it would even make a great template for learning about shapes colours or just for good old fashioned colouring in!

 

Resources

Click the image to download the FREE Robot Game Printables

 

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