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Four Leaf Clover Counting Printables


Although we don’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in our house like the rest of the holidays, we love a fun theme for our learning activities! We are working on number recognition, counting, and learning one-to-one correspondence for numbers 1-20. These free Four Leaf Clover Counting Printables are an easy and fun way to get festive while working on number sense and counting skills!

*Pair with our St. Patrick’s Day Centers and Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten!

These free Four Leaf Clover Counting Printables are an easy and fun way to work on number sense and counting skills!

Four Leaf Clover Counting Printables

This printable activity includes math clip cards for working on counting and number recognition for 1-20 and 2 recording sheets.

You can print the clip cards on cardstock or choose to laminate them for durability and reuse year after year! There are 3 clip cards per page.

Cut them apart and add some clothespins and you have a super fun and festive math center ready to go!

Print the clip cards and add them to your math centers with a basket of clothespins.

How to Play

If using the clip cards as a math center in your classroom you will want to include 20 clothespins. For each clip card, the kids will use a clothespin to mark the correct number of clovers.

Currently, we are only working on numbers 1-10, so I set our center up with 10 clothespins. You could add some green glitter tape to jazz up the clothespins as well!

If you choose to laminate these clip cards, you can have the kids circle the number with a dry erase marker or use a gold coin to cover the correct number.

Students will count the clovers on the clip card and clip the correct number on the bottom.

RELATED RESOURCE: Kindergarten Math & Literacy Clothespin Clip Cards Bundle

This download also includes 2 number trace recording sheets dividing the numbers 1-10 and then numbers 11-20.

These recording sheets can be used for one-time use or laminated to be reused with dry erase markers.

We chose to laminate ours and reuse them using a green dry erase marker! This was a fun way to count the clovers as well as work on writing numbers 1-20.

This counting printables pack also includes 2 recording sheets for number writing practice.

If you choose to use them for one-time use, you can have your students color in the clovers as they count and trace!

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Want to do some clover counting in your home or classroom? Get your free copy of the Four Leaf Clover Counting Printables by clicking the large, yellow download button at the end of the post!

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