This Easter Math activity involves counting Easter eggs and numerals 0 to 10.
36 squares (approx 8.5 cm square) with a image of eggs at the top, and a choice of 3 numbers underneath.
I also use as a whole sheet activity, and ask children to circle or mark the correct answer.
I usually cut and laminate the squares. I use these as a Math Center Activity. The task could be to clip a peg on the correct numeral; but you could also mark with counters, etc.
The child can count the eggs in the picture, but soon they start skip counting.
I have a similar set, using numbers 11-20
AND I have similar non-Easter sets of cards with blocks, fingers, pictures etc, so having more than one set allows students to play matching games.
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Count to Ten with Dice by Maree Henderson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.