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Does your child love the ocean but hate counting? You need these ocean counting cards and puzzles, you’ll love adding these under the sea worksheets into your math homeschooling rotation! And for more learning fun, check out these Ocean Worksheets you don’t want to miss!
These ocean math worksheets are super cute for toddlers and preschoolers to learn how to count. The counting cards can be cut apart or kept as a page. Your child can circle the answer or use a clothespin and clip it onto the card after it’s cut out onto cardstock.
The ocean counting cards go up to twelve. Plus, there are also 4 ocean counting puzzles that your child can put together. Not only will these counting puzzles and cards help them to identify numbers but they’ll help them to grow their confidence in a way that they can easily start building their number skills.
This is the perfect time of year to get into studying ocean animals and this is a fun way to bring those studies into your homeschool. Teaching with a theme always seems to make things more fun for my kids. They love the ocean theme because they love anything and everything about the ocean!
With summer months literally right around the corner, what a great time to dive into all the fun ocean learning! If you’re lucky enough to live near the ocean, this is a great time to gear up for all the fun that you’re able to have when you visit the beach area!
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Ocean Counting Cards and Puzzles
These ocean themed counting cards are great for early learners. Not only will they help your little ones learn how to count but they’ll use fun ocean themes to do so. This means that they’ll be putting together a puzzle that they can make a fun ocean picture with.
If you’re looking for a simple way to help your little one learn and work on their counting skills, you really can’t go wrong with this. There are so many benefits to using different fun printables and options as counting tools for your preschooler.
And since it’s summertime learning, it just makes sense to have a fun ocean theme. But let’s be honest, even during the winter months, it’s fun to think about the summer. This is because we all crave that warm weather and the potential time that we can spend at the beach.
If you’re looking for a fun way to help your child work on counting, these fun printables are just what you need.
Under the Sea Ocean Counting Cards and Puzzles
These counting cards are great to keep that learning aspect going all year round. And what better way to get everyone pumped and ready for the warmer weather than by introducing these fun counting cards and puzzles?
Why not make a fun day of it and plan a trip to the pool or beach? Simply have these printed off as a way to transition into that trip! How much fun would that be and what a cool surprise for the kids!
And if you want to make these last to use them over and over, just print them, laminate them and take them with you for your travels!
When you can combine ocean learning and fun, why wouldn’t you? It’s a simple way to make the best of a learning situation that everyone can enjoy and get behind!
Check out these great Ocean Books as well
We love to add reading into all our of homeschooling units. These ocean books are a fun and simple way to learn about ocean animals! Then talk about what we’ve just read after!
I’m a firm believer that you can’t ever read too much, so having a few of these handy books nearby when you’re doing these under the sea printables just adds to the fun and appeal!
I literally have books all around the house so that when the mood strikes the kids, they can find a book to pick up and read. And even those these printables are about counting, I think that reading and learning all various subjects go hand in hand.
I use ocean toys as fun learning tools as well. If you can have a puzzle or two intertwined with the printables, this means that the kids are going to be more interested in the learning subject.
I also think that plastic toys or even stuffed animals are a lot of fun because they challenge the kids to use their imagination in a way that they maybe wouldn’t have before.
I’m always amazed at how books and toys combined can create quite the force when it comes to helping a child learn quickly about a subject!
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Download the Under the Sea Ocean Counting Cards and Puzzles
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Make certain that you download these counting cards for your preschooler. This is because you want them to be able to work on their numbers and start to recognize them and memorize them at a young age.
What they’ll learn from learning their numbers is that they’ll have the ability to use that knowledge to build on it as they grow. This means that they can continue growing on their number skills as they continue to grow in age as well.
Let me know what the kids think about these fun printables! They’re always a hit for my kids and they just love the ocean theme!
More Ocean Printables
Don’t forget to check out the other free printables that I have! These would pair perfectly with counting cards and early numbers who might want to continue learning with fun ocean pictures.
Ocean Pack from 3 Dinosaurs