Make math fun with this watermelon 0-20 number pack.
We’ve received so much positive feedback on our cookie counting cards that we wanted to make something similar and decided to go with a watermelon theme this time. This printable counting bundle is so versatile and can be used to practice counting, cutting practice, sensory skills, addition, and more! Read on for all the details.
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Oh, watermelons! Such a classic summer treat. This watermelon themed printable pack is the perfect addition to any summer (or year round) learning resources.
What You’ll Need for this Watermelon Counting Printable
- Watermelon Printable Pack
- Laminator (optional)
- Homemade watermelon playdough (optional)
- Dry erase pockets (optional but so handy to have!)
- Dry erase markers
- Math counters
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How to Prepare this Watermelon Math Pack
Begin by downloading and printing the watermelon printable pack.
After printing the watermelon counting cards out, we got to work cutting them (this would be a great activity for the kids to help you with too!).
Then, it was time to start practicing our numbers. We laid out a watermelon number card along with the empty watermelon slice and some paper watermelon seeds (although buttons, real watermelon seeds, or stones would also work) and asked our little ones to place the same number of seeds on their watermelon as the number card indicated. They had such a blast!
We then placed the watermelon slice in a dry erase pocket (you could also laminate it) and used playdough watermelon seeds instead of paper seeds. The kids enjoyed using their tweezers to place the seeds on their watermelons.
It was almost as though they didn’t even know they were practicing their numbers! 🙂
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