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Holly Berry Counting Cards – FREE Printable

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Looking for a fun way to work on counting with 1:1 correspondence and add in the Christmas theme? The Holly Berry Counting Cards are a quick (and easy) printable to help you out as you wind down for the Christmas season.

If you’d like to grab the Holly Berry Counting Cards for your family or classroom, feel free to download them below!

Inside the Holly Berry Counting Card Pack

Here’s a peek at what’s included. There are two different styles of cards, depending on the ability of your children. 

If your children are still working on number identification and 1:1 counting, use the basic card set with the larger number and holly berry counting card.

If you children are able to identify number words along with numbers and counting 1:1, use the second set of counting cards for your child to work on matching.

The Holly Berry Counting Cards Printable is a FREE download. Have fun using them, but if you would like to share, please send friends a link to this post (much appreciated!)



Additional Printables You Will Enjoy

Need something to keep the kids busy when family visits for Christmas dinner – or maybe an activity or two to fill in as the school year winds down? Grab the 16 page Christmas Activity Pack (FREE). 

The printables for Mr. Willowby’s Christmas Tree include fun activities to tie in with the book ~ vocabulary words, word tracer cards, puzzles, tree size sequencing cards, a story sight word chart, recycling items, counting activities and more! Be sure to download BOTH sets of the printables since they go together and build on the skills your child will use.

Use the Christmas Cookie Number Sort cards to have your child work on sequencing numbers from 1 to 20 or have your child sort the numbers by odd or even. If 20 numbers is too many, choose a handful of numbers and record them on the mat {great handwriting practice as well}.

If your kids love the book Gingerbread Baby, be sure to check out this post full of 30 go-along activities and more for the book! 


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