The Princess Counting Cards and Puzzles are a great way to get counting with your little one. These math worksheets and a perfect way to get in some math without having to write out their answers. At this age, children can count and apply their math skills without the need to write, a skill that takes longer to develop.
I like to print these ones onto card stock and cut them out into cards. Your child can use a clothespin to clip the correct answer. Or they can use a marker, pom pom, or bingo dabber to mark the correct answer. This also makes the puzzles more sturdy.
Do you love this activity? Have a look at my list of fun Princess Activities for Kids for more.
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Princess Counting Cards and Puzzles
These printable puzzles are perfect for anyone who loves princesses! Find out why we like to do these puzzles during Valentine’s Day or anytime that we’re feeling princess crazy!
If you’re a fan of puzzles, make sure to check out these Valentine’s Day Multiplication Puzzles as well! You can never have too many different types of learning puzzles in the house!
The best part about these puzzles is that they’re great for all ages to do. All you have to do is print and let the kids get started. If they’re old enough to do them on their own, that’s great – if not, you can sit down with them and help!
Since the counting cards have numbers and pictures, it’s the perfect way to combine learning and fun for all ages.
Make sure to check out more math worksheets that your kids will surely enjoy.
Princess Books for Kids
Don’t forget to add some great books about princesses to your learning fun! You can easily spend the day celebrating and learning all about princesses with these fun books. This is nowhere near all of the books about princesses but this is a great way to get started on the learning fun.
The more that you can spend time reading with the kids, the more that they’re going to love books. Why not incorporate 30 minutes to an hour of daily reading and see how their skills grow?
I’m a big stickler for reading in our house. We all have some time during the day that we’ll sit down and read. The kids love having various options for books so I’m happy to oblige and have a wide variety of books in the house.
I also like to rotate out books to keep them fresh and new. This keeps the kids interested in the books longer and helps make them new again when it’s time to read.
If you’re looking for great books for your kindergartener, have a look at this list of Princess Books for Kindergarten.
Paper Bag PrincessCan Princesses Become Astronauts? (Do Princesses)Do Princesses Wear Hiking Boots?: Keepsake Sticker Doodle BookMore than a PrincessPrincess for a Day: A children’s book about kindnessGoodnight Princess: The Perfect Bedtime Book! (Goodnight Series)
The Importance Of Using Counting Cards
Working with numbers and learning how to count is such an important life skill to help your kids learn at an early age. Numbers can be a hard concept to grasp so this is where counting cards can really come into play.
Some kids are visual learners while others like to mimic how their older siblings learn, too. There are so many ways to encourage learning and no two kids are the same. That is why having printables like these can be great resources for helping kids learn!
Recommended Counting Books for Kids
Do you want to introduce math in a fun way? Try out these cool books that will surely catch your kid’s attention.
School Zone – Addition & Subtraction Workbook – 64 Pages, Ages 6 to 8, 1st & 2nd Grade Math, Place Value, Regrouping, Fact Tables, and More (School Zone I Know It!® Workbook Series)1, 2, 3 Construction: A counting book from 1 to 20 | I Spy (ABC and Counting Books for Kids)Little Skill Seekers: Numbers & CountingCount the Dinosaurs!: A Fun Picture Puzzle Book for 2-5 Year Olds (Counting Books for Kids)Counting Animals on the Farm: Counting book for kids, Learn numbers from 1 to10, Counting AnimalsBook for Kids : The Angry T. Rex!: Dinosaurs kids, Dinosaur childrens books book for kids ages 3-5, Counting, Emotional and EQ
Tips for using these Princess Counting Cards
If you are looking for fun ideas for using these counting cards and puzzles, there are so many great ideas!
One thing to consider is laminating them so that they last. I don’t know about your house but our house tends to have spills and stains happen all the time. To counter this, you can laminate the cards so that they last and they’re basically waterproof and tear-proof!
You can also use these as a great resource to take with you when you’re traveling. They’re easy to keep in a little big and have the kids play with them on the road. We’ve done this numerous times and I love the fact that they’re working on their skills and don’t even realize it!
If you do decide to laminate them, you can also use a dry erase marker that can easily be wiped off. This can be used to circle the correct number when counting and more. The kids always have a blast and they even like to wipe the counting cards clean!
Download the Princess Counting Cards below
Don’t forget that I have so many more great learning resources, too! Putting even more fun printables together can make for a day of learning fun.
More Learning Resources for Kids
Below are a few more activities that the kids will love. They’re a great way for them to build confidence in their counting abilities and critical thinking skills, too.
If you have a little one who loves space, don’t miss out on this! It’s literally out of this world and a great way to work on even more solid counting skills! Just print and blast off to learning!
This is a fun way to use up some of that candy in the house! Using objects as a way to count is great for hands-on learning, too!
You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream! This is one puzzle that the kids will love! You might as well get some ice cream handy for this one! This is especially fun to do on a hot day and to end the activity with a nice, cool treat!
I told you that I love themed learning! As you can see, there are Easter fun and games that can be happening, too! If you can plan out some printables for all the different holidays, do so! This will keep the kids engaged and learning even if there are breaks in the schedule.
Knight & Princess Counting Mats Number 1 to 10 by 3 Dinosaurs
Penguin Math and Counting Activities by STEAMsational