Ice Cream Counting Puzzles Printable

Remember how I told you about how much N enjoys this ice cream counting clip art? He’s previously read an Ice Cream Counting Mini Folding Book and played with Ice Cream Number Cards 1-12. This time, I made a set of Ice Cream Counting Puzzles for him.

Practice counting up to 10 with these cute printable Ice Cream Counting Puzzles for toddlers and preschoolers. The VIP version includes three different font choices and colored and black and white versions of each.

(N was 3 years old.)

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Materials for Ice Cream Counting Puzzles

 

What’s in the printable PDF file?

The file is structured similarly to my other 2-piece counting puzzles (like Easter Egg Counting Puzzles or Apple Basket Counting Puzzles) and includes two pages of six and five counting puzzles, respectively. The 11 total puzzles cover numbers 0 through 10.

Each puzzle has one piece with a boy holding an ice cream cone with anywhere from no to ten scoops of ice cream and one piece that shows the matching number in the color of the scoop that was added compared to the number before it.

N is better at counting than at number recognition, so he likes to count out the scoops. Over time, the puzzles will help him connect both concepts.

Practice counting up to 10 with these cute printable Ice Cream Counting Puzzles for toddlers and preschoolers. The VIP version includes three different font choices and colored and black and white versions of each.

Print one or both pages, laminate for durability and better handling, and cut the puzzles apart at the black lines. Mix them up and let the kids put them back together. Alternatively, you could use one number at a time as an introduction to counting and number recognition. You can also talk about the colors and details in the pictures.

Or think outside the box! Our first look at this puzzle was before I cut the pieces apart, and somehow, N came up with the idea of drawing one at random and identifying the number on it. He thought that was completely hilarious 😀

Practice counting up to 10 with these cute printable Ice Cream Counting Puzzles for toddlers and preschoolers. The VIP version includes three different font choices and colored and black and white versions of each.

 

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Like the clip art?

My Ice Cream Counting Mini Folding Book and Ice Cream Number Cards 1-10 both use the same set.

 

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.

 

Are you looking for other math printables? Here are a few others!

Hello Sunshine! Counting Printable Pack

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Apple Patterns

Addition Facts Cheat Sheet Mini Folding Book

Unicorn Counting Grid Printables for Math Centers from Life Over Cs

Insects Roll & Cover Math Games by Gift of Curiosity

 

 

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