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Kinder "Count" Number Puzzles

We've been working on not only identifying numbers 1-10, but also putting them in correct number order. It's an important skill for pre-k and kinder. So, here is a fun pack of number puzzles to liven up your math center time right before Halloween.

I hope you like them!


Click HERE to grab!



26 comments:

  1. Love these and the children do too! Thank you!

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  2. OMG! You are the best as always!

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  3. oh thank you!! I so glad they are useful!! :)

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  4. Super cute! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  5. Wow, these are adorable!! Thank you so much for sharing them :)

    Melissa
    Jungle Learners

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  6. Really cute! I think I may need to make some for my firsties with skip counting or putting words into ABC order!! Love these for my little guy though. Great idea!
    Heather
    Kickin' It With Class

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  7. Fantastic! What a fun way to practice number order. I can really use these to help out my kiddos who are still struggling. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  8. I was JUST thinking that I needed some of these for large group time! Perfect! Love them, thanks for the awesome freebie as always!

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  9. These are so cute and great for reviewing with my students! Thanks so much for the freebie (and for all your hard work)!

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  10. LoVe these! I was just working on some to fit to the large size craft sticks and create puzzles.

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  11. I love these puzzles! What a great idea! Thank you!

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  12. How fun are these puzzles!! The kids are going to be so excited to do them! Many thanks!!

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  13. I love these! Thank you for sharing!

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  14. We are working next week on ordering numbers 1 to 10 so these will be perfect! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Love these! We are working on those numbers too! =) I also have a question...how do you organize the pieces at a center so they don't get mixed up? I have thought about making a long marker on the backside so they are color coordinated, but do you do anything else to prevent mixups? Thanks, Mona

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  16. Adorable!!! Thank you so much!!

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