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Patriotic Counting Clip Cards

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These Patriotic Counting Clip Cards are a great way to include some learning activities in your 4th of July celebrations. This is a simple math activity that works on fine motor skills and number recognition that is important for early childhood education.

If you’re looking for a way to practice counting before preschool and kindergarten years, these count and clip cards for preschoolers are a great tool to use!

easy printable teaches counting and fine motor skills to preschool aged children

Using these activities and printables as a way to help your child mark the correct number with clothes pins while improving their fine motor skills and learning more about counting. Plus, they have a fun patriotic theme as well!

What is in this count and clip cards for Fourth of July printable?

In this printable, you find cards featuring numbers and pictures where your child has to circle and find the correct number based on how many images they see. It’s really as simple as that!

What it includes:

As you can see from the image below, this fun math activity includes the patriotic theme count and clip cards that all you have to do is print off to get started.

printable worksheet to teach counting to preschoolers

Fun ways to use this printable:

Making the most of your printables is a great idea. Here are a few other simple ways that you can use these Independence Day Count and Clip Cards for other learning fun.

Laminate and reuse over and over again

If your child likes to do activities and projects several times, you can even laminate these once you print them so that they don’t bend and you can use them time and time again.

Use them to work on spelling as well

Once your child masters being able to see numbers and recognize them, take it a step further and have them start writing out the numbers, too. This will work on their handwriting skills and spelling skills as well.

Have them add to these cards with more fun ideas

Keep going with this counting activity! Have them draw something that they love about the 4th of July and then keep learning more and more numbers.

By the way, these would be GREAT for your math center!

teaching counting to preschoolers in a fun patriotic theme

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Lee Russell

Monday 22nd of June 2020

This is indeed really good activity for kids, thanks for sharing :)