Is it already winter where you are? We still get temperatures in the upper 80s and 90s around here, but I know that there are many places where it definitely feels like winter. Whether you’re already in the midst of it, just dreaming of cooler temperatures, or even if you’d rather skip winter altogether, I’m sure you’ll enjoy these Winter Clothes Counting Clip Cards (1-20)!
Winter Clothes Counting Clip Cards Details
This printable consists of five pages with four clip cards each. The twenty clip cards represent all numbers from 1 to 20.
In accordance with Kindergarten common core standard CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.B.5, numbers 1 to 10 use a scattered configuration, while numbers 11 to 20 are presented in a rectangular array.
To prepare the clip cards
- laminate the page(s) you need,
- then cut the cards apart.
- Provide clothespins to mark the correct answers.
If you don’t have or don’t want to use clothespins, you can offer other tools like dry erase markers, stickers or manipulatives.
In that case, you have the option of leaving the printable pages intact and using sheet protectors instead of laminating for reusability.
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Looking for more printables?
For more counting practice, check out these FROZEN counting worksheets (1-10), this Counting Cars Numbers 0-5 book, or this Farm Animal Counting 1-10 printable! You’ll find a ton of Kindergarten printables here. For all printables from Simple Fun for Kids, click here.
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