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1. Introduction

As is known by all educational agents, learning to count is a fundamental skill and capacity that children must develop for their mathematical and cognitive improvement. For this reason, today I have developed this fantastic worksheet on geometric figures, which will involve your students counting, as well as painting.


The objective of this educational sheet is the following:

-Develop basic mathematical skills: Learning to count is the first step in developing advanced mathematical skills. Counting provides a solid foundation for later understanding more complex concepts such as addition (addition), subtraction (subtraction), and other basic mathematical operations.

- Improve cognitive coordination: Counting involves the coordination of understanding numbers along with the action and/or physical activity of being able to count objects or enumerate sequences. This learning process will improve cognitive coordination and help students develop increasingly advanced mental skills or abilities.

-Encourage logical reasoning: Counting involves an orderly and logical sequence of numbers. When our students are learning to count, children will be developing logical reasoning skills since they will be able to understand numerical order and the relationships between numbers.

- Support language development: Counting quantities or objects involves the use of numbers and words, which will contribute to the language development of the infant who will use this worksheet. In this way, children will learn to associate words with quantities and express mathematical concepts verbally, which is essential for academic success.

- Promote problem solving: Learning to count will also promote the ability to solve problems, since children must understand and then apply the concept of counting to solve situations in their daily lives related to counting.

3.Order, scheme and stages

Start your math class with a relaxing dynamic, or a motivational song related to how fun math can be.

Then hand out the printed activity for your children to start with the activity. Ask them to use their markers, colors and/or colorful supplies to solve the worksheet.

4.Grades or ages

This counting worksheet is intended for children ages 3 to 6, who are learning about their first numbers and counting. Also because at this time they enjoy painting activities a lot.

5. Form of application

Print this worksheet and distribute it to your students individually.

6. Answer keys

This game does not require answers.

7.Use text labels

mathematics, mathematics worksheets, counting, learning to count, counting, mathematics activities.


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9.File types

The archive is in PDF format.

10.Number of pages

This document contains 8 pages.

Resource Tags

maths count count and write counting first numbers numbers 1 to 10 numbers 1 to 5

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