Counting and colouring
Updated: Aug 18, 2021
What is it
Reading the instructions on the page, counting and colouring the correct amount.
Learning to read instructions
Learning to count and colour based on given instruction
Learning to colour within the lines
How to use
Read the instructions given on the top of the page out loud
Point out the amount of objects that need to be coloured, as well as the name of the object
Colouring and Counting
Colour the correct amount, while counting at the same time
Child is to stop colouring after all the required objects are coloured. Assistance may be provided to remind your child to stop or to continue count after colouring
Additional colouring opportunities are provided at the bottom of the page to familiarise your child with numbers and their spelling
If your child has difficulty remembering the amount of objects to colour, you can remind them periodically throughout the session, especially after colouring a few of the objects
Another way to prime your child is to point at the instruction on the top of the page to remind them of the amount required
Embed more learning opportunities
Attributes - Some of the activities have objects of different sizes! Use them as an opportunity to teach attributes like “big” and “small”!
Expressive language - What number is this?
General knowledge exposure - associating the pictures in the worksheet to a theme as you teach your child how to count!
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