What is it
Counting Worksheets with different levels of difficulty and in different formats
Learning to identify and write numbers
Learning to read number words
Learning how to count
How to use
Identify the objective of each worksheet/ activity (either colour according to the sample picture or find and colour the item)
Support your child by pointing to items and counting with them
With guidance or independently if your child is able, cut out pieces to paste in appropriate spaces
Take a trip to your local plant nursery/ garden and play “I spy” by counting similar items found in this worksheets
Make the counting activity a craft by making vegetable stamps with paint and count the number of stamps
Pair these printables with actual fruits/ vegetables and get your child to count along
Embed more learning opportunities
Receptive language - “Where is number 8?”
Expressive language- Point to picture and ask “what is this”
General knowledge- What do you use a spade for?
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