Welcome to day 4 of the 7 Days of Easter Egg Printables for Kids series! After yesterday’s Easter Egg Hunt Roll and Cover Game, I have a set of counting cards for you today: Easter Egg Counting Cards 1-12!
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Materials for Easter Egg Counting Cards 1-12
- Printable file (below).
- Laminator, laminating pouches (optional).
- Paper cutter or scissors.
- Heavy paper.
What’s in the printable PDF file?
The file includes three pages of four Easter egg counting cards each, covering numbers 1-12. Each card shows a numeral and the corresponding number of different Easter eggs.
Print out the page(s) you want to use, preferably on heavy paper. Laminate for extra durability (optional). Cut the cards apart at the green lines and use them to count, identify numbers, talk about the different patterns, colors, etc. You could also place manipulatives on the Easter eggs to make counting easier and practice 1:1 correspondence.
Do you teach toddlers and preschoolers?
This Feed the Shark bundle includes all of the important areas of early childhood education: Letters, numbers (1-40), sizes, and colors. There are also matching storage labels and task cards.
Download your free Easter Egg Counting Cards 1-12!
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Like the clip art?
Are you looking for more counting resources? Here you go!
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Fingerprint Counting Printables for Spring by Fun Handprint Art Blog
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