Valentine’s Cuties Counting Cards 1-12

Do you need some cute counting cards? They’re great as an introduction to counting for my toddler, but they can be used in so many ways. I have a few suggestions from number recognition to number sequencing to addition later in the post.

I also have a Christmas and a Groundhog Day version, but today, I’m going with the current season and sharing a set of Valentine’s Cuties Counting Cards 1-12!

These cute printable Valentine's Cuties Counting Cards 1-12 are perfect for preschoolers who are learning to count. I use the first few numbers with my 2-year-old toddler, and he loves pointing out the images and putting manipulatives on each of them.

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Materials for Valentine’s Cuties Counting Cards 1-12

 

These cute printable Valentine's Cuties Counting Cards 1-12 are perfect for preschoolers who are learning to count. I use the first few numbers with my 2-year-old toddler, and he loves pointing out the images and putting manipulatives on each of them.

 

What’s in the printable PDF file?

The printable includes 3 pages of 4 counting cards each. There’s one card for each number from 1 through 12.

On each card, you’ll find a large numeral and the matching number of a different cute Valentine’s themed image per card.

These cute printable Valentine's Cuties Counting Cards 1-12 are perfect for preschoolers who are learning to count. I use the first few numbers with my 2-year-old toddler, and he loves pointing out the images and putting manipulatives on each of them.

Simply print out the page(s) you want to use and cut the cards apart at the hot pink lines.

You can use the cards in a variety of ways: Count the images. Place a manipulative on each image while counting (this is my son’s favorite thing to do!). Hold them up as flashcards. Let your children put them in ascending or descending order. Pick out odd or even numbers. Older kids can use the counting cards to practice addition. Or find other ways to support YOUR current math focus!

 

These cute printable Valentine's Cuties Counting Cards 1-12 are perfect for preschoolers who are learning to count. I use the first few numbers with my 2-year-old toddler, and he loves pointing out the images and putting manipulatives on each of them.

 

Need a fun way to teach counting? Check out this counting games pack!

This adorable Valentine’s Day Counting Games Pack includes 5 different types of printable counting games, all with different variations that support kids at different stages of learning. Find out more HERE.

Valentine's counting fun for preschoolers and kindergarteners with this Valentine's Day Counting Games Pack! 5 different games with many variations: Dominoes, I Spy, Line-Up Puzzles, 2-Piece Puzzles, and Grid Games with an optional custom die. All in color and black & white and with two different styles for number 1.

 

 

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Like the clip art?

My Valentine’s Day Counting Memory Game for Preschoolers uses the same set.

 

Are you looking for simple Valentine’s activities? I’ve got you covered!

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