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Watermelon Counting Puzzles

Make practicing counting to 12 fun with these free printable Watermelon Counting Puzzles for hands on math for kindergarten, preschool, and pre k children. This is perfect for a summer themed learning activity.

Make practicing counting to 12 fun with these free printable Watermelon Counting Puzzles for hands on math for kindergarten, preschool, and pre k children. This is perfect for a summer themed learning activity.

Counting Puzzles

Looking for a fun way to get kids to count and show their numbers? These fun Watermelon Counting Puzzles are perfect for that! Learners will count the dots on the puzzle piece and then match it to the numeral on the corresponding piece.

Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – this fun math activity for kindergartners, preschoolers, and pre k students is sure to be a hit! Use this educational learning activity as part of a watermelon theme, summer learning, math center in your classroom, or as a supplement to any math curriculum.

summer Number Puzzles are a fun math activity for kindergartners, preschoolers, and prek

Watermelon Printables

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Simply print the page in color on plain paper or on cardstock. Use a laminator for durability.

Prepare and cut up the laminated puzzles for use. Place them in a sealable zip lock bag or use a rubber band to keep these Watermelon Counting Puzzles together for easy use. You can also use these in a fun file folder with Velcro.

super cute, watermelon printable activity for kids to practice counting to 12

Number Puzzles

The preschoolers, prek, or kindergartners will then count the dots in each puzzle piece, they will then look for the corresponding number shown on the other puzzles. If you’d like to differentiate this activity, you certainly can by using the number watermelon puzzles to 5 or ten with groups of students. If they aren’t ready to count just yet, a great alternative activity is to place the puzzles into a tub of blue water beads (ice) and they will get the cards from the tub and then identify the numbers on the puzzles.

This task can easily be differentiated with your learners. So have the younger kids work on identifying the numbers and more advanced learners working on their counting skills on each puzzle set.

These Watermelon Counting Puzzles are a hands-on and perfect way for kids to use when they need a refresher or some more counting games and activities. Kids will love counting using popsicles! What a great way to reinforce a love of learning math!

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Watermelon Activities

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Counting Printable

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Emily formerly taught extra-curricular activities with elementary school children and now stays at home with her two young boys. She loves to get out exploring and learning alongside them. More about their adventures and activities can be found at To be A Kid Again, where Emily shares hands-on learning ideas, crafts, family fun, and more.

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