Watermelon Count and Write Number Cards


This summer, we're going Wild about Watermelon with at least 2 weeks of sweet, sticky fun!  I started out with the idea of doing a few themed learning activities as I've been doing lately with insects, monster trucks, whales, and other ones upcoming.  A small project has spiraled into a huge, but enjoyable, project.

Today is the first watermelon post, and I thought I'd start with a math printable.  The boys have been enjoying their handwriting flipbooks, so I made them some Lego number tracing books as well (coming soon).  Since I was already doing a big watermelon theme, I put together some fruit-themed ones too.


SUPPLIES
- printer
- cardstock
- laminator
- laminating sheets
- scissors
- binding machine
- binding combs
- white board marker (or these nifty crayons)


These "count and trace" cards are adorable in their pink and green motif.  There are eleven numbers, 0-10, with items for each quantity.  The kids can count the watermelon pictures and trace the number.  If you laminate the cards, they can be written on over and over.  I like to bind them with my machine to make them into flipbooks that can be used for years (pro tip- bind the top so it's good for right or left handed kids).



UPDATE- the printable is correct even though the picture is not!

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