Groundhog Day Counting Puzzles

It’s already day 4 of the 7 Days of Groundhog Printables for Kids series, woohoo! Time does fly when you’re having fun ūüėČ

Today’s groundhog-themed printable focuses on counting up to 12 with numerals and up to 6 with dice for a total of (18) 2-piece Groundhog Day Counting Puzzles.

{Did you miss yesterday’s installment in the series? Check out¬†G is for Groundhog Handwriting Letter Mazes¬†now!}


Learn to count with numbers and die faces with these cute printable Groundhog Day Counting Puzzles! Great for preschoolers who are learning to count to 10.

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Materials for Groundhog Day Counting Puzzles

 

Learn to count with numbers and die faces with these cute printable Groundhog Day Counting Puzzles! Great for preschoolers who are learning to count to 10.

 

What’s in the printable PDF file?

The pdf file contains (18) 2-piece puzzles on four pages: (6) 2-piece puzzles with a die face on one piece and the matching number of groundhogs on the other piece and (12) 2-piece puzzles with a numeral on one piece and again the matching number of groundhogs on the other piece.

Each puzzle uses a different shape to connect both pieces, making the puzzles self-correcting.

 

Learn to count with numbers and die faces with these cute printable Groundhog Day Counting Puzzles! Great for preschoolers who are learning to count to 10.

Print out the page(s) you want to use, laminate for durability and better handling if you want, and cut the puzzles apart at the black lines.

Ideas for using the puzzles include

  • doing one puzzle at a time, counting the images together, and discussing the numbers and pictures (that’s how I introduce the puzzles to my toddler).
  • using several or all of the puzzles at the same time and/or
  • using several puzzles and putting them in ascending or descending numerical order.

 

Learn to count with numbers and die faces with these cute printable Groundhog Day Counting Puzzles! Great for preschoolers who are learning to count to 10.

 

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.

 

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Learn to count with numbers and die faces with these cute printable Groundhog Day Counting Puzzles! Great for preschoolers who are learning to count to 10.

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Like the clip art?

All of the printables in the 7 Days of Groundhog Day Printables for Kids series use the same set.

 

Are you looking for more puzzles? Here are a few others!

Superhero Sight Word Puzzles

Apple Name Puzzles by Hands On As We Grow

Winter Counting Puzzles 1-5 and 1-10 by Life Over Cs

Printable Alphabet Puzzles {Upper and Lowercase Letters} by This Reading Mama

Santa and His Reindeer Skip Counting by 5s Puzzle

Self-Correcting Valentine’s Cupcakes Counting Puzzles

Summer Beach Life Puzzles with Tally Marks

 

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