Good Luck Charms Math and Literacy Preschool Centers

Just when I thought our St. Patrick’s Day activities couldn’t get any cuter, I spied some ADORABLE Lucky Charms themed clipart and BAM. I was busy putting together a tasty little activities pack for LG. ha! I can’t WAIT to use these activities the week of St. Patrick’s Day, and I hope you find them as fun as we do!

This set includes TONS of fun Math and Literacy activities for your Preschoolers! It also includes plenty of fine motor skills practice and even some activities for little siblings to use while you and your Preschooler “do school”! Click the image below to grab your set!


Grab a bowl of Lucky Charms cereal OR print off the Lucky Charm pieces provided with this set, and get to work! LG has been begging to practice with these activities since she saw me creating them!

1-20 Counting and Building

Practice counting and building amounts with your tasty snacks! Choose a 1-10 number card to build on the 10 Frame, or choose a 1-20 card to build on the bowl of cereal!

Counting Clip Cards

Count the Lucky Charms in the bowl and clip the correct number on the side! Don’t have clothespins available? Use Lucky Charms, mini erasers, or other manipulatives to COVER the correct answers!

Colors and Graphing

Use your treats to play a GAME! Roll the dice and cover the correct charm with your cereal or manipulatives! Then, roll the dice and add that image to the graph until you fill up one column!

FREE Roll and Play Color Centers

Want to try out this set of centers for FREE?? Test them out using these fun dice activities! Simply roll the dice and color the correct charm. Or, roll the dice and tray the correct color word!

Patterns Practice

This is THE sweetest way to practice patterns! Guide little ones in covering the patterns with their Lucky Charms to recreate the pattern. Or, help older students extend the patterns with their cereal!

Cereal Sorting

Let’s get sorting! Grab a handful of Lucky Charms and sort them out by image. Don’t forget to snack!

Matching Mat

Of course I had to include one of our favorite activities for littles – a matching mat! This is a super simple (and fun) way for kiddos to practice matching and visual discrimination!

Lucky Letters

Match up the upper and lowercase letters to complete the Lucky Charm puzzles!

Play Dough Cards

Don’t forget the fine motors fun! We love using play dough cards during our sensory play!

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