I love using unifix cubes, but they are expensive, so you gotta get a good bang for your buck using them for lots of activities. The best thing about unifix cubes is that no matter how you are using them, they help children develop multiple skills; fine motor, hand strength, counting, matching… on top of the goal of the activity. That’s what I love so much about them. I’ve gathered some of my favorite activities that use unifix cubes for all sorts of learning.
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Unifix Cubes Measurement Cards
Use this free printable and some unifix cubes to compare the size of the printed images.
Square Painting with Unifix Cubes
Have fun painting without paintbrushes. This is a great free-choice art activity for preschool.
Printable Unifix Cube Tower Cards
This is one of my most popular printables, perfect for a math center.
Unifix Cube Measurement Printables
A simple math activity you can print out and play with!
Unifix Cubes Color Sorting with Water Beads.
This was a spontaneous activity that encouraged really careful fine motor work while also working on visual discrimination and color matching.
Unifix Cube Number Line
This one was super pretty, but I did this in my class with nothing more than masking tape and unifix cubes!
Rex Wrecks It! Unifix cube activity
Do you love this book as much as I do? ‘
This little robot tray activity is s cinch to set up and encourages children to compare and count.
NEED MORE SIMPLE PRESCHOOL AND PREK ACTIVITIES FOR HOME OR SCHOOL?