As your kids learn to count, you should give them as many exercises and learning aids as you can to help their learning process. They are probably at the stage where they count everything they come in contact with, from spoons to stones and everything else. Use this worksheet to assess your child’s counting skills, and also help them practice. Help them count the geese in each group, and then trace a line from the groups that show 8 geese flying.
Do your children know what carrots are? Carrots are extremely healthy vegetables which we must eat to get our required nutrients. Look at this worksheet with your little ones. Can they identify the carrots in the picture? This exercise is aimed at helping your kids practice their counting skills, so help them count all the carrots in the groups. Then, help your little ones trace a line to the groups that show 9 carrots.
Counting is something that your kids must perfect before they can do a lot of other things. At this stage in their lives, they are probably learning to count in school and might be excited to count all the objects they see around the home. Encourage your children to perfect their counting skills with the simple exercise in this colorful worksheet. Help them count the apples on all five trees, and then circle the trees that have 9 apples.
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