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This printable Flower Counting pack is perfect for helping your preschooler practice early counting and math skills. Whether you are studying gardening, nature or just looking for some fun math practice this no prep pack is perfect!
We’ve been having lots of fun with our spring learning themes this year.
To help my preschooler practice her counting I made some cute flower themed worksheets and puzzles.
This easy math activity needs no prep work at all, just print and go!
What’s Included In The Flower Counting Math Pack:
- Flower Addition Worksheet
- Flower Subtraction Worksheet
- Flower Match The Number Worksheet
- Flower Write The Number Worksheet
- Flower Number Puzzle
- Flower Counting Cards
This printable math pack is just print and go so you can start learning right away.
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If you want to be able to reuse the worksheets again then you certainly can laminate them or place them into page protectors.
Then use dry erase markers to write the answers.
The printable flower number puzzle can be printed on to card stock or laminated if you want a long-lasting puzzle.
Kids can write the answers right on the addition and subtraction pages or cut apart the flower counting cards to use.
Simply have them lay the correct card next to the math question.
Click below to download your copy!
** Download the Flowers counting to 10 worksheets HERE. **
5 thoughts on “Free Printable Flower Counting Practice Worksheets Pack”
Just awesome ideas!
Thank you so much for sharing your work.
I find everything very useful.
Good luck to you and keep up with your inspiration!
Thank you for the flower printable. This is a great counting activity. Deborah
You are so creative in making these materials. These can help me a lot on my classroom materials for my kindergarten students.
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to download the flower counting activities but I don’t see a link to do so.
It just keeps asking me to subscribe again and again. Can you help me
get to the link?
Oops, never mind! I didn’t realize you emailed it to me, thank you! 🙂