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Free Cookie Counting Printable Activity

I love this Free, Printable Cookie Counting Printable Activity and how many ways you can use it! Your little learner will love it too! From pretend play and different learning games to math centers with a cookie theme, this printable will come in handy.

Targeted Skills:

  • number identification
  • number sense
  • counting
  • one-to-one correspondence

 

Cookie Counting Printable Activity

 

How to Prepare the Cookie Counting Printable Activity: 

  1. Print the numeral circles onto a colored card stock like tan or brown to represent the cookies.
  2. Print the “frosting” onto white card stock or regular paper.
  3. Cut out both sets of shapes. Don’t worry about cutting exactly on the lines. Cookies are never perfect (at least mine aren’t).

 

Cookie Counting Printable Activity

 

How to Use the Cookie Counting Printable Activity?

  • Match the corresponding number of dots (“candy”) to the correct numeral to make a cookie. This is our favorite way to use the printable.
  • Put the cookies in order from least to greatest.
  • Challenge your child to “eat” the cookie with the biggest number.
  • Pass the cookies out to your stuffed animals. Give the biggest stuffed animal the biggest numbered cookie.
  • Use a spatula or tongs to pick up the frosting and put it onto the cookie (fine motor skills at work). Order a correct number of cookies for your child to “bake”.
  • Make play dough cookies – Laminate the cookies and frosting and use play dough to make “sprinkles” and put one sprinkle on each circle of the frosting. 
  • Use the cookies and a cookie sheet for pretend play in your play kitchen.
  • A simple addition equation can be solved using the cookies and counting the sprinkles to find the answer.
  • Write number words and match cookies to the corresponding number word.

 

Cookie Counting Printable Activity

Download and print your free, cookie counting printable activity here:

Number Cookie Frosting

Numeral Cookies

Who Took the Cookie from the Cookie Jar?

Natalie took the cookie from the cookie jar.

Who me?

Yes you!

Couldn’t be.

Then who?

Blake took the cookie from the cookie jar.

 

Other Cookie Activities:

Roll and Cover Chocolate Chip Cookie from No Time for Flashcards. This cookie roll and cover math game is a fun way to practice counting and other early math skills.

A Cookie Alphabet Matching Game from The Educators’ Spin On It is a literacy center for early learners. It goes with the children’s book by Laura Numeroff, If you Give a Mouse a Cookie.

Cookie Playdough mats from Pickle Bums

Cookie Sensory Bin with Gingerbread Cloud Dough from Views from a Step Stool

Spin and Graph Cookie Math Game from Life Over Cs – This cookie game is a great way to provide extra practice with graphing and comparing. Math games make math fun! This game could even be used in small groups.

Cookie Jar Shape Matching Activity involves math practice for young learners. 

2D Shape Cookies and a Glass of Milk Printable from Sara J Creations.  Kids practice identifying and matching shapes with this activity. 

If you love this free printable preschool math activity, you should check out our other free printables that we have tried and love! There are over 200 printable activities to choose from. We also have a ton of Counting Activities for Kids that you won’t want to miss.

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2 Comments

  • Reply Stephanie W Brower

    Do you have letters P through Z for drawing through the Alphabet? My grandson is loving these!!

    October 10, 2018 at 9:14 pm
    • Reply Nicole

      Yes! We will be sharing/posting one per week (usually each Wednesday). So glad your grandson loves it! =)

      October 11, 2018 at 12:18 am

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