Counting Printables Summer

Summer Puzzles for Counting with Toddlers

Sneak in some practice counting to 10 with this summer themed, super cute, printable Summer Puzzles for Counting with Toddlers.

FREE Summer Puzzles for Counting with Toddlers - sneak in summer learning to practice counting to 10 with toddler, preschool, and pre k kids with this fun math game.

Count to 10

Summer is coming. It’ll be here before we know it. Who else is excited for playing outside and eating popsicles for lunch? These summer counting puzzles are just as exciting! They have fun summer themed pictures and will be perfect for helping children learn to and practice counting to 10 in the summer months of June, July, and August. 


Count to 10 Printables

Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler, these puzzles will help children in summer school to recognize numbers 1-10 as well as work on number order. Plus, they are self checking.  Toddler, preschool, and pre k students love puzzles! 

Each puzzle has 10 different strips. Each strip includes a part of the main picture as well as a small square on the bottom with a number. When the puzzle is complete, the numbers will go in order from 1 to 10. Both puzzles have an Easter themed scene on it. 

Count to 10 Printable to make it a fun activity for toddler, preschool, and pre k students

Counting with Toddlers

Start by scrolling to the bottom the post, under the terms of use, and clicking on the text link that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to print and safe. The prep for this is super simple too, so it is easy on you as well. 

Simply print the page in color on cardstock or laminate for durability. We all know that paper has no hope when it comes to toddlers and preschoolers. Laminating will help keep the puzzle pieces safe and you’ll be able to use them for a long while!  Then, cut out the puzzle into strips.  Store the math game in a ziplock bag or envelope to take out whenever you want to sneak in some summer learning with your kiddo.

Counting with Preschoolers

Counting with Preschoolers

When you have prepped the activity you can present the puzzle as a whole first. This way the child can see what they are working towards when they are putting the puzzle together. Or for more of a challenge, mix up the pieces and present it this way.

If your children get frustrated easily, putting velcro dots on the back of the puzzle pieces can help. You can have the child put the puzzle together on a felt board or connect the opposite side of the velcro dot to a plain piece of laminated paper. 

However you present this to your child, they will have so much summertime fun putting together the puzzles and counting too! 

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Preschool Printables

Looking for more fun, free preschool activities to learn a variety of skills? Check out these resources:

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Deanna Hershberger is a work at home mom, coffee obsessed, a diy addict and a Netflix binger. She spends her days playing and making with her daughter and enjoys quiet nights at home with her husband. She shares all of this on her blog Play Dough & Popsicles.

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