Kids love creepy crawlies, and a fan favorite of kids everywhere are ladybugs! Why not help your child to build essential counting skills with one of their favorite bugs? Here’s an adorable preschool matching numbers worksheet your child will love!
This worksheet aims to:
• Keep your child engaged with cute and colorful ladybugs;
• Help your child build counting skills;
• Help your child recognize written numbers after counting.
Kids have to access deeper thinking skills when they have to transfer the number that they just counted into a written answer on the paper. This takes practice helps kids make connections between math and reading skills. Most importantly, your child will love counting the dots on the adorable ladybugs, which will keep them engaged while learning.
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Your child will enjoy counting all of the different toys by color and type. Join in the fun and help read the directions to your child to promote literacy skills, and following directions.
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Through this worksheet, your child will:
Practice recognizing and counting all toys of the same type. Your child will use complex problem-solving processes to recognize and count all toys that are alike in type. For instance, your child practice counting toys regardless of color.
• Practice counting all toys of the same color. Your preschooler will then switch thinking processes to count all toys of the same color, regardless of type.
Practice recognizing numbers to mark answer choices. Finally, your child will practice literacy and numeracy skills when the practice circling their answers. In order to mark their answers, they will need to take the number they counted in their heads, and recognize it on the paper. While this sounds simple, for the youngest of learners, converting their ideas from their head to paper is a complex and important task to practice.
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