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Counting Cards Printables

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My Nathan boy is a Kindergartener now!  He’s watched all of his older cousins go off to the first day of school at a “big kid school” the last few years and was so ready for it to be his turn to join them this year!

Since returning to school I realized that Nathan has already forgotten some things he learned in preschool.  Because of baby Dylan’s arrival, I wasn’t as good as I wanted to be with reviewing and working with him on his school work this summer.  Nathan’s Kindergarten teacher sends home cards that have items he needs to check off – most of the items (so far) are all things he has already known and we just have to quickly review in order to check it off.  But, then came a counting item and surprisingly he was struggling a little.  Especially when it came to writing them.

So, I created him some pages to help him with his counting!  I created a couple versions, because I want to work with him to get his counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s here in the near future too.  To help him practicing writing all his numbers, I created a blank form for him to fill in as well!

Hope these help you with teaching your little ones the same!

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Pam Dana

Author and Co-Owner of Over the Big Moon since 2011. I love having a place to share the things that I am most passionate about - motherhood, being a wife and making a home! I am married to my husband, Scott, and we have 3 beautiful children and together they are my world! I also enjoy reading, crafting and catching up on TV shows (usually with a computer in my lap)!
  • Angie

    Thank you! This is just what I needed for our homeschool!

  • http://www.prettyprovidence.com/ Jessica

    Such a great idea! Thanks for sharing, you are so generous!

  • JDaniel4’s Mom

    I have discovered the same thing. We need to start working on this skill at my house.

  • lovelypeace

    Thanks for sharing. It’s nice that I don’t have to “reinvent the wheel!”