I love making seasonal printables! Okay, okay, maybe I just love making printables, period, but going with the seasons makes it even more fun 😉 Plus, we’re just in love with those cute clothespins you can see in the pinnable image – can you blame us?
Here’s my first ever Halloween printable: Halloween Counting Clip Cards (10-20)!
I recently realized that while I know that E can count upwards of 30, and that she can count 10 items easily, I don’t know how many actual items she can count.
As a first step up, I made these clip cards for counting up to 20 to see how she did. Turned out that she needed a strategy to maintain 1:1 correspondence, but once we’d talked about it and I told her about a couple of options, she did great! I also have a 20-30 version in the works, so we’ll try that next.
This printable has the following images: Ghosts, skeletons, owls, cats, haunted houses, witches, trees, and spiders. They’re all cute, not scary!
I laminated the cards, but you could simply use card stock and avoid the extra step. In a pinch, you can use regular printer paper, but the clothespins will leave their marks very quickly.
If you don’t have clothespins, don’t want to use them or your child can’t work them properly, you can use other methods of marking the correct answer. Markers, stickers or manipulatives are all good choices.
Click the button below to download your free Halloween Counting Clip Cards!
Here are a few other counting activities you might like:
The Measured Mom has a free printable counting mat for counting up to 20!
For a whole lot of other math activities, visit my Number and Math Activities for Kids board on Pinterest!
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