If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Counting Cards

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The simple humor in Laura Numeroff’s whitty children’s books makes them fun for kids and grown ups alike.

After reading the classic If You Give a Mouse a Cookie a few days ago, I pulled out a little surprise for my kids: a set of cookie counting cards in serious need of some chocolate chips. They were THRILLED with the challenge and eagerly got to work.

I hope your kids love the freebie, too!  You’ll love our Number Formation Pack, too!

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FREE If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Counting Cards

Getting Ready

I printed the “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” counting cardson cardstock to give them extra durability and make the colors really pop.

Then I cut them apart and grabbed a bag of chocolate chips from the pantry.

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie free counting cards

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Counting Cards

Big Brother {age 5} was ready to jump right into teen numbers so he grabbed eleven and started adding the chips.

FREE If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Counting CardsSince Middle Brother {age 3.5} was still practicing reading numbers and counting one object at a time, I had him start with the number 1, then move on to number 2 and so on.

Super cute If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Counting Cards

One card after another, the boys read {snacked} and counted their way to better number sense.

Scroll below and click the blue button to download your free counting cards and then make sure to scroll down and check out even more Laura Numeroff inspired activities your kids will love!  Then, check out our Number Formation Pack as well for more math fun!

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