Tracing can be a fun activity for kids, and it gives them some entertainment, too. Students can count and trace numbers at the same time, and they will have the opportunity of choosing the number to trace. Children will be able to recognize groups of animals, as well as, the written number itself. In addition, your child will trace on a dotted line to practice drawing skills. Because of all of the modes of learning, students are sure to learn valuable counting skills!
Polar bears reside in the Arctic region, where it is always cold and snowy. Have your kids seen pictures of polar bears before, or maybe they have even watched nature videos with polar bears in them. Polar bears like to swim in the water. Show your kids the pictures where the polar bears are diving into the water. Now, read the text aloud to them. Help them count to correctly answer the question in the first section, and then move down to the second section and do the same.
How many people make up your family? Can your little ones count and tell you right now? A family is made up of different members, and often includes a mother, father, and children. Sometimes, there are grandmas and grandpas and uncles, aunties and cousins too. In this worksheet, your kids will see pictures of different kinds of families. Help them count the members of the family in the pictures, and then draw a line to the family that has one less person.
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