Easter Bunny Counting Cards

It’s day 4 of the 7 Days of Easter Printables for Kids and we’re already more than halfway through!

Today, I have a set of Easter Bunny Counting Cards for you. The amazing thing is that my 6-year-old actually made the cards for numbers 1 through 4 in PowerPoint for her brother! He loves this type of printable, and she wanted him to have a bunny one <3

{Yesterday, I shared a Super Simple Easter Word Search for Kindergarteners. You can check out any printables in the series you’ve missed and/or sign up for a daily reminder here.}

Practice counting and 1:1 correspondence with these cute printable Easter Bunny Counting Cards! My toddler loves them, but they're also great for preschoolers and kindergarteners - anyone who's just learning to count.

(N was 2 years and 8 months old.)

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Materials for Easter Bunny Counting Cards

 

Practice counting and 1:1 correspondence with these cute printable Easter Bunny Counting Cards! My toddler loves them, but they're also great for preschoolers and kindergarteners - anyone who's just learning to count.

 

What’s in the printable PDF file?

The file includes three pages of four counting cards each. Page one covers numbers 1-4, page two has numbers 5-8, and numbers 9-12 are on page three.

Each card has the numeral and a matching number of bunnies on it.

Practice counting and 1:1 correspondence with these cute printable Easter Bunny Counting Cards! My toddler loves them, but they're also great for preschoolers and kindergarteners - anyone who's just learning to count.

Print out one page or several pages depending on your kids’ skill level. Laminate them and cut them apart at the solid lines.

Here are some ideas for using the counting cards: Count the bunnies with your toddler or preschooler. Place a manipulative on each bunny as you count to reinforce 1:1 correspondence. Use them as flash cards. Practice number sequencing. Use them to build larger numbers. Practice skip counting by picking out certain numbers. Or find another way to work on your current learning objective.

Practice counting and 1:1 correspondence with these cute printable Easter Bunny Counting Cards! My toddler loves them, but they're also great for preschoolers and kindergarteners - anyone who's just learning to count.

 

Are your kids working on counting? I’ve got the perfect printable pack for you!

This printable pack contains 10 different activities for learning and practicing counting at different skill levels for toddlers and preschoolers with play dough mats, games, clip cards, puzzles, and more. Includes numbers, dice, and tally mark versions. {Remember, VIP members get 50% off!}

This Hello Sunshine! Counting Printable Pack contains 10 different activities for learning and practicing counting at different skill levels for toddlers and preschoolers with play dough mats, games, clip cards, puzzles, and more. Includes numbers, dice, and tally mark versions.

 

Practice counting and 1:1 correspondence with these cute printable Easter Bunny Counting Cards! My toddler loves them, but they're also great for preschoolers and kindergarteners - anyone who's just learning to count.

Download your free Easter Bunny Counting Cards!

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Do you like the clip art?

You’re in luck! I’ve used the same set for several other printables {it’s just SO CUTE!} like

Super Simple Word Search for Kindergarteners

B is for Bunny Dot Marker Coloring Pages

Easter Kids Matching Clip Cards

and more!

 

Looking for more Easter math printables?

Easter Egg Roll and Color Worksheet

Easter Egg Hunt Roll and Cover Game

Easter Egg Counting Puzzles

Preschool Addition Game with Chicks and Eggs

 

 

 

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